All 32 NFL teams sent scouts, coaches or front office members to Mizzou’s Pro Day as former Tigers looking to improve their draft stocks.
All eyes were on Drew Lock, who is projected as a first-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.
Lock stuck with his NFL Combine times and elected to only throw during pro day. Lock impressed scouts, and said he was happy with his performance, despite missing a few deep throws.
Lock was one of 18 former Mizzou football players that competed in front of the NFL teams. The players include Paul Adams, Nate Anderson, Sam Bailey, Terry Beckner Jr., Kendall Blanton, Rashad Brandon, Damarea Crockett, Corey Fatony, Emanuel Hall, Terez Hall, Cam Hilton, Brandon Lee, Dominic Nelson, Walter Palmore, Kevin Pendleton, Tavon Ross and Finis Stribling IV.
The NFL draft takes place April 25-27 in Nashville.