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SportDrew Lock reportedly asked about 'disciplinary snag' from 9th grade during interview with NFL team

00:30  23 january  2019
00:30  23 january  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Missouri quarterback Drew Lock was asked about a " disciplinary snag of some kind from ninth grade " during an interview with a team interested in selecting him in the 2019 draft.

As NFL teams prepare for April's draft, they will be doing their homework on a wide range of prospects as they put together their respective draft According to NFL .com's Chase Goodbread, a team at the Senior Bowl asked Lock about "a disciplinary snag of some kind from 9 th grade and asked Lock

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NFL franchises are getting thorough.

Missouri quarterback Drew Lock was asked about a "disciplinary snag of some kind from ninth grade" during an interview with a team interested in selecting him in the 2019 draft. Lock then said he cheated on a math test, according to a report from NFL.com.

According to the report, the team only knew he was disciplined for his actions. Lock volunteered the details.

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Missouri QB Drew Lock was asked in an interview about a math test he cheated on in the 9 th grade .#SeniorBowl. — Chase Goodbread (@ChaseGoodbread) January 22, 2019. Bit of clarification here… Club only knew of a disciplinary snag of some kind from 9 th grade and asked Lock what it

Highly-touted quarterback prospect Drew Lock was asked an absurd question by an NFL team during the Senior Club only knew of a disciplinary snag of some kind from 9 th grade and asked Lock what it was. Imagine an NFL team actually caring about a guy cheating a test in the ninth grade .

Lock threw for 3,498 yards and 28 touchdowns in his senior season for the Tigers. He is projected as a first-round pick in Sporting News' latest mock draft.

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