Despite leading the nation in touchdown passes last fall, Missouri and AP All-SEC quarterback Drew Lock — shown here throwing a pass against Vanderbilt on Nov. 18 in Nashville, Tenn. — will return for his senior season after deciding not to leave early for the NFL Draft.
Despite leading the nation in touchdown passes last fall, Missouri and AP All-SEC quarterback Drew Lock — shown here throwing a pass against Vanderbilt on Nov. 18 in Nashville, Tenn. — will return for his senior season after deciding not to leave early for the NFL Draft. Mark Humphrey AP
Despite leading the nation in touchdown passes last fall, Missouri and AP All-SEC quarterback Drew Lock — shown here throwing a pass against Vanderbilt on Nov. 18 in Nashville, Tenn. — will return for his senior season after deciding not to leave early for the NFL Draft. Mark Humphrey AP

Lee’s Summit grad Drew Lock makes a decision about his NFL future, delighting MU fans

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