Overall, I stated back in September after I
saw RGIII vs. TCU, that if this guy can play at a high level all season, heís
got the kind of talent to be the one quarterback that actually makes NFL teams
think twice about Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck. Griffin possesses the
athletic skill set to consistently create second lives for himself both inside
and outside the pocket, he looks natural when asked to improvise
if plays breakdown
and can really hurt you with his ability to make plays down the field. Now,
there are still some raw spots to his game.
However, heís a worker from a top-tier family who wants to be great and when
you add together his physical skill set and his clean character on/off the
field, I feel confident giving this guy a higher grade than any quarterback from
the 2011 NFL draft class.
With that being said, Luck really is a rare prospect at the position. Heís a
ďplusĒ in just about every category you evaluate a quarterback in outside of arm
strength, but has the frame to get stronger and I donít think arm strength will
ever be a real concern for him at the next level. Heís a bright kid both on and
off the field who deciphers information quickly. Is comfortable on the move,
finds secondary targets while working his way across the field and is one of the
few college quarterback prospects to come along with experience calling plays at
the line and getting his team in and out of formations pre snap.
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