The Jacksonville Jaguars signed quarterback Nick Foles to a lucrative deal and named him their starter in doing so. However, Foles is 30 years old and on his fourth team and hasn’t been the regular season starter since his first stint in Philadelphia. His appearances in relief of starter, Carson Wentz earned the city of Philadelphia a Lombardi Trophy and he has been rewarded with the promotion back to being a starter.
The Jaguars have some needs but only have one that can’t wait, which is backing up Foles in case he doesn’t perform as well South of the Mason-Dixon line. While they could select an offensive lineman like Floridian, Jawaan Taylor, or Floridian edge rusher Brian Burns. Drew Lock is a strong-armed mobile gunslinger from Missouri.
Lock has improved his completion percentage each year, has a solid frame and is deceptively mobile at 6-4, 228 pounds, and a 4.69-second forty-yard dash. Could Dwayne Haskins be picked here? His stock seems to have slipped throughout the pre-draft process while Lock seems to be ascending.