|Full Name:||Andrew Stephen Lock|
|Place of Birth:||Columbia, Missouri|
|Parents:||Andy, Laura Lock|
Drew Lock Stats, Bio, Age, Net Worth, & Career
Andrew Stephen Lock is the quarterback of the Denver Broncos.
In college, Lock played at Missouri and was considered to have one of the strongest arms in his class. After leading the nation in touchdown passes in 2017, Lock became one of the highest-rated quarterbacks in his class.
The Denver Broncos selected him in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft. Lock started five games in his rookie season and became the team’s starting quarterback in his second season. Now, Lock leads a young and talented offense that includes Jerry Jeudy, Melvin Gordan, Noah Fant, and KJ Hamler.
Drew Lock Football Career
Drew Lock played high school football at Lee’s Summit High School near his hometown in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. He put his name on the radar his junior season when he threw for 3,060 yards and 35 touchdowns. He followed that up his senior season by throwing for 2,731 yards and 28 touchdowns. He was the Kansas City Star’s All-Metro Player of the Year his senior season.
He was a four-star recruit out of high school and elected to attend the local University of Missouri.
During his freshman season at Missouri, Drew Lock earned the starting job for the final eight games of the season. He became the first true freshman at Missouri to start a game at quarterback since 1995. Lock finished his freshman season with 1,332 yards and four touchdowns.
In his sophomore season, Lock led the SEC with 3,399 passing yards. He finished with 23 passing touchdowns as well. In his junior season, Lock led the FBS in passing touchdowns with 44. He also set the SEC and school record for touchdowns. He finished his junior year with 3,964 yards and 13 interceptions to go along with his 44 passing touchdowns.
In his senior year, Lock threw 28 touchdowns and just eight interceptions. He completed nearly 63% of his passes that season. He finished his career with 99 passing touchdowns and a rating of 138.8 in 46 career starts.
The Denver Broncos selected Drew Lock in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft with the 42nd overall pick. Lock suffered a thumb injury in preseason and was on IR until November. He was activated off of IR and got his first career start on November 30, 2019 against the Los Angeles Chargers. He threw for 134 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception. The Broncos went on to win the game on a last second field goal. Lock was named the starter for the rest of the season, finishing with 1,020 passing yards, seven touchdowns, and three interceptions in five games, with a 4-1 record.
In his second season, Lock suffered a shoulder injury in Week 2, causing him to miss a few games. After a promising start to his career in his rookie season, Lock has struggled with accuracy and interceptions in his second season. His touchdowns numbers per game are down and his interceptions are up.
Drew Lock Net Worth, Salary, Endorsements & Career Earnings
Drew Lock signed a four-year deal worth $7 million after being drafted by the Denver Broncos.
He has an estimated net worth of $4 million and is set to earn over $800k in 2020.
Drew Lock Personal Life
Drew Lock was also a very good basketball player in addition to excelling on the football field. He was a two-star recruit in basketball. Lock has one sister named Claire.
His girlfriend’s name is Natalie Newman.
Awards & Achievements
Drew Lock Quotes
- "I probably won’t have any big celebrations. I’ll probably just stick to hugging fat guys and thanking them for letting me throw the football."
- “You can’t just be a stick in the mud back there in the pocket, especially when you’re playing in the SEC with guys who are running around you that are absolute freaks.”
- “I think (my athleticism is) what’s going to surprise people when I get to run 40s or jump or do stuff like that, people are going to be like, ‘Wow, this guy’s pretty athletic.’”
Drew Lock Fun Facts
- Was a two-star basketball recruit in high school
- Tied John Elway for most wins as a rookie in Broncos history
- Led FBS in touchdowns passes in 2017
- Kansas City Star’s All-Metro Player of the Year in high school
- Father Andy played offensive line at Missouri
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