Player Profile and Personal Life
Drew Lock is an American football player from Columbia, Missouri. He is a quarterback for the NFL team, the Seattle Seahawks.
Andrew Stephen Lock went to Lee’s Summit High School, where he played football. Rivals.com rated him a 4-star recruit and 2015’s 6th best pro-style quarterback.
Lock attended college at the University of Missouri and played football. Besides football, he played basketball and was a 2-star prospect.
Denver Broncos drafted Lock as the 42nd overall pick in the 2nd round of the 2019 NFL Draft. During the preseason, he injured his thumb and was put on the injured reserve.
The Broncos activated him on November 30, 2019, and he was named a starter versus the Los Angeles Chargers. He was starting the remaining season after showing excellent performance against the Chargers and the Texans.
He played 5 games this season, finishing with 1,020 yards, 7 touchdowns, and 3 interceptions.
In 2020, Lock left the game early during the first quarter of the match versus the Pittsburgh Steelers due to a shoulder injury. He returned in Week 6 versus the New England Patriots, where he made 189 yards and 2 interceptions.
Overall, Lock finished with 16 touchdowns and 15 interceptions.
In 2021, newcomer Teddy Bridgewater became the starter. Lock started in Week 4 versus the Baltimore Ravens, completing 12 out of 21 passes for 113 yards, along with an interception.
For Week 16, he was named the starter still because of Bridgewater’s injury. He played for the rest of the season, completing 12 of 24 passes for 162 yards, made 35 rushing yards, and rushed for 2 touchdowns during the game versus the Kansas City Chiefs.
Lock became the first quarterback of the Broncos to rush for 2 touchdowns since 2011 with Tim Tebow.
The Broncos traded Lock to the Seattle Seahawks on March 16, 2022.
- 2018 – Second-Team All-SEC
- 2017 – FBS Passing Touchdowns Leader
- 2017 – First-Team All-SEC