4. Miami Dolphins
The Pick: Drew Lock, QB, Missouri
Here's another quarterback going early in this mock draft, and it's another passer with loads of potential who needs to continue his development and produce in a new offense in 2018.
Drew Lock jumped onto the scene in 2017 with awesome production and a huge arm, but his consistency was poor and he struggled in the Texas Bowl without offensive coordinator Josh Heupel's scheme. Lock has the traits to rise up draft boards and be a potential QB1, but he has to level out his play first.
In Miami, if the Dolphins are drafting top five, it means Ryan Tannehill didn't get the job done coming off injury. That'll open the door for a quarterback to be drafted.
32. New England Patriots
The Pick: Ryan Finley, QB, NC State
The New England Patriots didn't take a quarterback early in the 2018 draft but loaded up picks to potentially move up for one in the coming year. North Carolina State's Ryan Finley is a name to watch as a legitimate option and great fit for the New England scheme.
Finley has the arm to open up the field and hit deep routes but he's also nuanced enough to throw with touch on underneath routes. He's a good sized passer at 6'4" and 205 pounds with room to grow into his frame. If there's a potential riser from the established quarterbacks in this class, it's Finley. Scouts are already raving about his upside, but he does need a strong 2018 season to solidify his status.
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