Early on, the poet Michael Drayton, has been considered a pioneer of the sonneteering obsession in Elisabethan England, with significant influences on Shake-speare’s(!) Sonnets.
This own YouTube contribution argues (first 5 Arguments - part 1/of 6) why Michael Drayton must belong to the early "poetical pseudonyms" of the "true" Shakespeare (alias Marlowe).
Argument 1 The missing Overlap
Argument 2 The Authors Sacrifice
Argument 3 His first Death
Argument 4 Marlowes Gaveston
Argument 5 Eloquent GHaveston