The week of practice ahead of the 2019 Senior Bowl has come to a close.
NFL draft experts Todd McShay and Steve Muench break down how the best prospects in attendance fared, how the eight quarterbacks performed in Mobile, Alabama, which under-the-radar prospects helped themselves this week with strong performances, and more. Quarterback rankings are updated following the week of practice, and grades are via Scouts Inc.
How do the eight Senior Bowl quarterbacks emerge following this week?
Drew Lock, Missouri
Team: North | Uniform: 3 | QB ranking: 3 | Grade: 83
Lock had his best day of the week on Thursday. He was in control and looked good in the red zone. He needs to get a little more consistent with anticipatory accuracy and decision-making, and he needs work on touch throws and when throwing on the move, but his trajectory and ball placement on the deep ball are outstanding. One note from earlier this week, though: His 9-inch hands will be a concern when it comes to ball security, pump fakes and handling poor weather. -- McShay
Daniel Jones, Duke
Team: North | Uniform: 17 | QB ranking: 4 | Grade: 82
Jones had a really tough afternoon on Thursday to cap off a subpar week. He had some issues handling snaps from his center out of the shotgun, fumbling three times (two of which he should have handled), and Oakland Raiders coach Jon Gruden was on him about a lack of command in the huddle and playcalling verbiage mistakes. Still, the Duke signal-caller shook it off, processing the defense quickly. He doesn't get great zip on the ball, but he has a feel for trajectory. He did a lot of positive things over the three trips to the practice field this week, but he did not look like a first-rounder to me. -- McShay