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8-5, 4th in SEC - East
Lock falls into favorable situation (0:44)
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Broncos trade up to select Missouri QB Lock

The Broncos engineered a trade with the Bengals on Friday to move up and select Missouri quarterback Drew Lock with the 10th pick of the second round.

Mel Kiper Jr. Football analyst 

Denver trades up to get quarterback Drew Lock at No. 42. I love the pick. Lock has the best arm in the class, though he has inconsistent accuracy. And Joe Flacco is on notice for the second straight year.

Mel Kiper Jr. Football analyst 

The most interesting storyline heading into Day 2: Where will Missouri quarterback Drew Lock land? That will have an impact on any potential Josh Rosen trade, too. Denver (No. 41) is a team to watch. Cincinnati (42) and Miami (48) also have a need at quarterback. What about a team like Green Bay (44) or Carolina (47)? And then there's Oakland (35), which might get the first shot at him.

Bryant finds fit with Mizzou (3:24)
Bryant, ground attack on full display for Missouri (0:46)
Bryant leading by example (2:40)
Tigers heading in right direction (1:15)

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

On Friday, Missouri quarterback Drew Lock predicted folks would notice teammate Emanuel Hall as the wide receivers worked out on Saturday. True enough as Hall has uncorked the best-ever broad jump at the combine for a wide receiver (11-9) and then was unofficially clocked at 4.40 and 4.39, at 201 pounds, in his two 40-yard dashes.

Dane Beavers ESPN.com 

Oklahoma's Kyler Murray isn't working out at the NFL combine, but the other top quarterbacks are running the 40-yard dash now. Ohio State's Dwayne Haskins, ranked No. 1 at the position by ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay, just ran a 5.04, unofficially. Missouri's Drew Lock -- the third-ranked QB -- ran a 4.70 40. They'll each get another chance to improve their times soon.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Usually the 40-yard dash grabs plenty of the attention at the NFL scouting combine, but Missouri wide receiver Emanuel Hall may have made some history Saturday. His standing broad jump was 11-feet, 9-inches. My personal charts go back to the '87 combine -- the first one in Indianapolis -- and I believe Hall's effort is the best-ever by a wide receiver and second-best overall behind Byron Jones' 12-3 in 2015. I have former Connecticut safety Obi Melifonwu at 11-8 in 2017 as the former No. 2.

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Lock touts draft status: I'm No. 1 QB on board

Drew Lock says he's the No. 1 QB on the draft board. "Not many people can spin it the way I spin it," the former Missouri standout said.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Missouri quarterback Drew Lock said some of his accuracy issues — he was at a 56.9 percent completion rate in his career, including 49 percent as a freshman — can be traced to the Tigers pushing the ball down the field more than most teams and that he had three offensive coordinators in his time at Missouri. "It's a little tougher to complete a 50-yard completion then some bubble screen," Lock said. " ... I know I have the arm strength and can make any throw on the field."

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Mizzou appeals 'overly harsh' NCAA sanctions

Missouri vowed to fight NCAA penalties against its football, baseball and softball programs, with athletic director Jim Sterk saying the case involved "an isolated incident within our program."

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

The NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions on Thursday banned Missouri's football, baseball and softball teams from competing in the postseason this year and placed the university on three years of probation as a result of academic fraud. The decision comes after a two-year investigation into allegations that a tutor improperly assisted student-athletes in completing courses and final exams.

Lock happy with Senior Bowl week performance (1:03)

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