With a number of high-profile quarterbacks performing at their school’s recent pro days, the first one we hear of where Chargers’ offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt is in attendance is Missouri’s, where quarterback Drew Lock was obviously the main attraction.
Los Angeles Chargers OC Ken Whisenhunt is here and talking with Drew Lock. pic.twitter.com/mu4efiW8GQ— Tyler Murry (@TylerMurryABC17) March 21, 2019
At 6-foot-3 and weighing 225 pounds, Lock has the coveted build to go along with a rocket-arm that some may argue is the most explosive in the class.
However, Lock is thought of as a conensus top-3 signal-caller in this class, usually placed right behind Oklahoma’s Kyler Murray and Ohio State’s Dwayne Haskins. Unless the Chargers decide to trade up, there is likely no chance that Lock makes it all the way down to #28.
Other notable Missouri draft prospects include big-play wideout Emmanuel Hall (6-2, 200), massive tight end Kendall Blanton (6-6, 260), and offensive tackle Paul Adams (6-5, 315).