CBS Sports’ Chris Trapasso despatched previous Missouri quarterback Drew Lock to the Chargers in his latest mock draft.
Los Angeles will need to have a sign caller immediately after Philip Rivers, whose agreement has a lifeless-cap hit of $7 million in 2019 and will be a no cost agent in 2020, or he could select to retire.
To some, drafting Rivers’ successor in the 2019 NFL draft would not be a alluring variety. There’s loads of cause to consider that, as the 37-calendar year old QB is coming off a pretty good time, and showed very minimal signals of slowing down before long. Additionally, the quarterback class is perfectly beneath average in comparison to some others in the earlier and that are coming up in the future.
Mocking Lock to the Bolts was very common getting into the time immediately after they opted not to seize one in the 2018 NFL draft. A lot of felt that this would be the perfect relationship considering the point that Lock has some raw elements to his game and sitting behind Rivers for a calendar year or two would let him to improve these.
It’s unlikely that the previous Missouri item falls all the way to No. 28 total in any case with there staying at minimum four groups in front of them that will be in determined need to have of a quarterback. But normal supervisor Tom Telesco has experienced luck with gamers falling into their lap in the earlier, so he might be tempted to pull the set off if he’s indeed a prospect substantial on their board.