The biggest debate concerning the 2012 NFL Draft is whether Andrew Luck would go first overall, or possibly go first overall. It doesn't look like anything is going to change in that regard, not after another masterful performance, this time at Stanford's Pro Day. Mocking the Draft files this report: Here is a snippet.
The most impressive thing about the work-out to me was the footwork, it was so methodical. Nearly every step was in the right place. But we weren't able to see perhaps Luck's most impressive aspect of his game. What he can do pre-snap; reading the defense, checking out of bad plays into good ones, changing receivers routes, that is unrivaled by any quarterback I've seen come out, certainly in recent years. We didn't even get to see any of this today.
So far, so good, nothing to really keep Luck from being the number one pick. The Indianapolis Colts seem like a virtual lock to be drafting Luck with the number one pick. Still, it looks as if the Redskins aren't quite ready to give up on Luck just yet.
Andrew Luck met with #Redskins officials last night.— Kyle Bonagura (@KyleBonagura) March 22, 2012
Expect this back and forth to go on until draft day. The Colts remain the frontrunners for Luck, but if they change their minds and warm up to Griffin, who knows what could happen.
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