When the Broncos drafted Jerry Jeudy in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft, quarterback Drew Lock wasn't too surprised.
John Elway had spoken for months about the team's need to add to the wide receiver position, and Jeudy represented great value at pick No. 15.
But when the Broncos went on the clock again in the second round and selected Penn State wide receiver KJ Hamler with the 46th-overall pick, that's when Elway and Co. got Lock's attention.
"I kind of expected the receiver in the first round, but then when I'm watching that second round the next day and it popped up that we drafted another one, I was like, 'All right, we're rolling now,'" Lock told NFL Network's Kay Adams on Friday. "We've got some stallions. We're going to be pushing the ball down field a little bit. … And then when you get a teammate you played with in college, that's another plus.
"I'd say that Drew Lock probably won the NFL Draft this year."