NFL Draft 2012: Andrew Luck To Go No. 1 To Indianapolis Colts, According To ESPN's Adam Schefter

It certainly doesn't come as a shock, but the news finally came down early Thursday morning that former Stanford Cardinal quarterback Andrew Luck will be selected No. 1 overall in the upcoming NFL draft by the Indianapolis Colts.

Per ESPN's Adam Schefter on Twitter:

If they were so inclined the Colts could decide to start their negotiations as soon as possible, but seem like they are more willing to wait until he is officially with the team before anything gets hashed out in full. But with the Peyton Manning era officially over, the Colts now have their man moving forward as they feel Luck is a better fit for their squad that Robert Griffin III.

The draft may still be a few days away, but Colts fans already have something to celebrate.

For more on the Indianapolis Colts and their No. 1 pick, head on over to Stampede Blue. You a Cardinal fan? We got you covered over at Rule of Tree. And for more in depth discussion and analysis of the NFL draft, check out Mocking the Draft.

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