2012 NFL Draft: Why Colts Must Actually Consider Taking RGIIIover Andrew Luck
The eyes of scouts and coaches are directed westward Thursday, as quarterback Andrew Luck of Stanford works out at his Pro Day in Palo Alto, California, and as Paul Kuharsky of ESPN reports it'd take a miracle for Luck to do anything today that could knock him from the top spot in this April's NFL Draft.
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#1 Mar 23, 2012
The Colts really have no reason to consider RGIII. I really do think RGIII is great and could easily turn out to be a franchise QB. But Andrew Luck is totally wonderful, has incredible QB skills, is also an elite athlete and has endured so much scrutiny already. Not only is he more NFL ready in terms of pro offense experience and running the game, but his mental toughness has been tested. RGIII hasn't had any of those experiences. Why take the chance when you can have Andrew?
Let the Redskins have the neon RGIII. Colts should take the classy and classic Andrew Luck.
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