Andrew Luck is set to become the number one overall draft pick in the 2012 NFL draft. The Indianapolis Colts are hoping Luck can step in and fill the void left when the cut Peyton Manning, the future hall of fame quaterback they drafted number one overall 15 years ago. So how does Andrew Luck stack up against other elite quarterbacks at this point in their careers?

Statistically Luck had a better year last year than Peyton Manning, Tom Brady or even Dan Marino had the year before being drafted!



Success at the college level certainly isn’t any guarantee of success at the professional level, but it’s easy to see why many in the Colts organization are so excited about drafting Luck.


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