Andrew Luck Scouting Report

Andrew Luck

Height: 6’4
Weight: 235
College: Stanford
40 Time: 4.75
Class: Sophomore(RS)
Stock:
Projected: 1st Round

Stats

2010 – 245/349, 70.2%, 3045 yards, 8.7 YPA, 28 TD’s, 7 INT’s, 438 rushing, 3 TD’s
2009 – 162/288, 56.3%, 2575 yards, 8.9 YPA, 13 TD’s, 4 INT’s, 354 rushing, 2 TD’s

Overview:

Andrew Luck is almost the unanimous #1 QB and #1 player overall if he declares for the 2011 NFL draft. That’s still a big “if”, because he still has limited experience and another year could certainly help. However, he is one of the best QB prospects I’ve seen in a while. I think too many people are starting to overrate him and calling him the next Peyton Manning, when in fact he may be the next Matt Ryan. Either way, he is still an outstanding QB and has all the tools teams look for in a franchise QB.

Scouting Report

Positives

– Prototypical size
– Good athlete
– Will scramble when he has to and can pick up the first
– Extremely productive
– Played in a pro-style offense
– Quick release
– Throws well on the run
– Good footwork out of the 3, 5, and 7 step drops
– Moves around very well in the pocket to avoid the rush
– Very good decision maker
– Throws it where only his man can get it
– Great accuracy
– Carries out fakes well
– Can throw 60+ yards
– Can make every throw
– Capable of going through his progressions
– Shows great timing to make throws before the WR makes his cut
– Very smart
– Great leader

Negatives

– Only a 2 year starter
– Would probably best be suited coming back for another year
– Arm strength is good but some of his passes need more zip
– Isn’t asked to throw down field very often
– Rushes his mechanics at times and leads to inaccurate passes

Skills:
1-poor, 2-weak, 3-above average, 4-very good, 5-elite

Arm Strength: 3.5
Accuracy: 4.0
Mobility: 3.0
Decision Making: 4.0
Mechanics: 4.0
Pocket Awareness: 3.5
Intangibles: 4.0
Pro Potential: 5.0

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