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  In 2017 as a freshman, Albert Okwuegbunam caught 11 touchdown passes from former Missouri quarterback Drew Lock. Now, the former Missouri tight end will reunite with Lock in Denver as the Broncos drafted Okwuegbunam in the fourth round (118th overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft on Saturday. Lock was chosen in the second round of last year's draft by John Elway and Co. "I can't wait to get up there," Okwuegbunam said during a phone call with Elway on Saturday, which the Broncos recorded and posted to their social media accounts. "Man, this is amazing. I can't wait to get back with Drew. It's gonna be great." "We're really excited about you," Elway replied. "You're going to be a great fit for us. We talked to Drew this morning and he loves you to death, so we're thrilled that you're there." Okwuegbunam proved himself to be among the elite tight ends in this draft class when it came to receiving and running. He ran the fastest 40-yard dash time of any tight end at the NFL Combine in 4.49 seconds. - Columbia Daily Tribune

(DS#4 TE) rJr/2020 TE *Albert OkwuegbunamMissouri
News Source: Columbia Daily Tribune



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