The Missouri Tigers will have a few players who hear their names called during the 2019 NFL Draft, likely starting with QB Drew Lock.

Lock is projected by many to be a first-round pick, and we’ll see if he does indeed go on Day 1 after the NFL Combine and in the Missouri pro day.

On Tuesday, ESPN draft expert Mel Kiper Jr. weighed in on Lock’s draft status, saying there is no consensus on the Mizzou quarterback. He added that he thinks the Denver Broncos could trade down and still grab him in Round 1:

A pair of other Tigers are likely to be drafted in April — DT Terry Beckner Jr. and WR Emanuel Hall. Kiper said he expects Beckner to be a Day 2 pick, with Hall going on Day 3:

All three players could improve their draft stocks at the Combine and in the Missouri pro day in March.