#DENvsMIN: QB Drew Lock
Quarterback Drew Lock talks about how it felt “really good” to be back on the practice field, what he hopes to show the coaching staff to prove he’s ready to return from injured reserve and how he continues to trust the organization to make the best decision about the quarterback position.
#DENvsSEA: Lock delivers late TD to Jackson, threads the needle on two-point conversion
Late in the Broncos' preseason game against the Seahawks, Drew Lock finds Devontae Jackson for a short touchdown and then fits the ball into a tight window for a successful two-point conversion to Devontae Jackson.
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LOCK AT A GLANCE:
- A quarterback who threw for the second-most passing yards (12,193) and third-most touchdowns (99) in Southeastern Conference history during his four-year career at Missouri.* Started 46-of-50 games during his collegiate career, completing 883-of-1,553 passes (56.9%) for 12,193 yards with 99 touchdowns and 39 interceptions (138.8 rtg.) in addition to rushing for 437 yards and nine scores.
- Ended his career as Mizzou’s second all-time leader in career passing yards and touchdowns while setting 10 of the top-25 single-game passing yardage marks in school history.
- Finished his senior season with career-best marks in completion percentage (62.9%), interceptions (8), completions (275) and rushing yards (175) while scoring 34 total touchdowns.
- Boke the single-season records in SEC and Missouri history in 2017 with a nation-leading 44 passing touchdowns, earning first-team all-conference honors for his efforts.
- Ended his junior year with a single-season school record 165.7 QB rating (242-419, 3,964 yds., 44 TDs, 13 INTs) while helping Missouri rebound from a 1-5 start to finish the season 7-6.
- Stated all 12 games as a sophomore in 2016, leading the SEC in passing yards (3,399) on 237-of-434 passing (54.6%) with 23 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.
- Vted a three-time team captain by his teammates (2016-18).
- Threwfor 63 touchdowns between his junior and senior seasons at Lee’s Summit (Mo.) High School and was chosen as the Kansas City Star All-Metro Player of the Year as a senior.
- Selcted by the Broncos in the second round (42nd overall) of the 2019 NFL Draft.