NFL Draft Videostat Profile: QB Andrew Luck

Our signature 60 Max Power O Videostat Profile segment covers select players from around the country for the upcoming 2012 NFL Draft starting on April 26th. We aim to cram as much as these in before the picks start rolling in. We kick it off with the inevitable number one pick, Stanford's Andrew Luck:

Positives:
Andrew Luck has been locked in as the No. 1 pick in the 2012 NFL Draft for well over two years.  He decided to return for his senior season, which is usually a kiss of death for holding that number one spot, but his ability to deliver the football quickly and make good decisions with good velocity is as good as they come. His trademark accuracy on his throws has made him ready to start in the NFL. He's completed 70.3 percent of his passes and he can make all the throws in the playbook.  Luck’s compact delivery will need no tweaking and his internal clock gets the ball out on time.

Negatives:
Luck occasionally will try to drop the football in, particularly on intermediate and deep routes.  He will occasionally force throws in tight coverage and gets in trouble throwing the lazy pass to the flat that can be read by a defender and intercepted. In the end, Luck is the top QB prospect in the 2012 draft and easily the big fish prospect of this class.

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