The Broncos take QB Drew Lock 42nd overall.
Jim McBride's take: Maybe the biggest arm in this class. He can zip the piggy all over the yard. An underrated athlete who uses quick feet to sidestep the rush and buy extra time in the pocket. A bright red flag is that he's never been asked to line up under center.
Quick bio: A four-star recruit out of Lee’s Summit, Mo., Lock chose Missouri over several top-tier programs and started eight of 12 games as a freshman, throwing for 1,332 yards (49.0 percent completion), four TDs and eight INTs before becoming a full-time starter as a sophomore. From 2016-17, he totaled 7,363 yards (56.2 percent), 67 TDs and 23 INTs, considering leaving for the 2017 draft. He returned for his senior season in 2018, passing for 3,498 yards (62.9 percent), 28 TDs and eight INTs. — First Level Media