COLUMBIA, MO – SEPTEMBER 23: Quarterback Drew Lock #3 of the Missouri Tigers passes during the game against the Auburn Tigers at Faurot Field/Memorial Stadium on September 23, 2017 in Columbia, Missouri. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)The Senior Bowl is underway in Mobile, Alabama as college football’s best seniors gear up for the NFL draft. During the process, coaches put players through drills and ask a series of questions, much like the NFL combine that’s to come in February.During the week of practice, one of the top quarterback prospects in the country was asked an interesting question. Former Missouri quarterback Drew Lock was asked about the time he cheated on a match test – in high school.NFL teams are thorough, when they want to be.How thorough is the background dive NFL clubs do on prospects? Missouri QB Drew Lock was asked in an interview about a math test he cheated on in the 9th grade.#SeniorBowl— Chase Goodbread (@ChaseGoodbread) January 22, 2019Lock projects as one of the first quarterbacks off the board – even if he did cheat on a math test in high school. The former Missouri quarterback has been mocked to the Denver Broncos and Miami Dolphins a times this offseason, though the Washington Redskins are also a viable option.Regardless, it looks like Lock will be one of the first quarterbacks selected in the draft – likely behind Dwayne Haskins and possibly Kyler Murray if a team takes a shot on the former Oklahoma star.The draft process will continue through late April when the 2019 NFL draft kicks off. We’re likely to see several other weird questions heading through the process. UPDATE: The NFL clubs only knew of a “disciplinary snag” Lock suffered in 9th grade.Bit of clarification here…Club only knew of a disciplinary snag of some kind from 9th grade and asked Lock what it was. Lock disclosed the details. https://t.co/hnqrEhKAVQ— Chase Goodbread (@ChaseGoodbread) January 22, 2019Luck was honest with the details.