Missouri QB Drew Lock shares story of NFL team questioning him about math test he took in 9th grade
One of the most scrutinized draft prospects at this week’s Senior Bowl in Mobile will be Mizzou QB Drew Lock.
When it comes to drafting a likely first-round quarterback, NFL teams want to make sure they are getting a guy who can be the face of the franchise for years to come.
NFL teams are also known for their thoroughness when it comes to investigating everything related to players, and Lock certainly didn’t escape their scrutiny. According to NFL.com analyst Chase Goodbread, Lock said he was asked about a disciplinary incident that occurred all the way back when he was a freshman in high school:
Bit of clarification here…
Club only knew of a disciplinary snag of some kind from 9th grade and asked Lock what it was. Lock disclosed the details. https://t.co/hnqrEhKAVQ
— Chase Goodbread (@ChaseGoodbread) January 22, 2019
Lock was the one who revealed that he cheated on a math test and got in trouble. NFL teams will likely appreciate his honesty and forthcomingness.
What this has to do with him playing football is unclear, but NFL teams love asking these ridiculous questions anyway.