Mizzou QB Drew Lock has struggled at times this year and will still make some truly head-scratching decisions.

However, when he goes out for the 2019 NFL Draft, pro scouts are going to be salivating, and one only needs to look at a couple of 63-yard touchdown passes against Georgia on Saturday night to understand why.

The first strike came at the end of the first quarter, with Lock getting plenty of time from his offensive line before unleashing an absolute bomb to WR Emanuel Hall:

Then, in the second quarter, the Tigers switched directions, but Lock and Hall connected once again:

For a Mizzou team that has struggled mightily in SEC play, staying close against Georgia in the first half was a huge morale boost.

Whether the Tigers remain competitive after halftime will be interesting to see, but when Lock has time to throw, he is one of the best in the country.