2011 NFL Draft: With No Andrew Luck, the Carolina Panthers’ New Top 5 Options

January 7, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As breaking news was heard across the nation, stating that Redshirt, Sophomore Quarterback Andrew Luck will stay in school to "complete his degree," many fans were shocked by his decision.
Luck passed up millions of dollars and the chance to be the No. 1 pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, for his education.
He also passed up the opportunity to make the most money by a rookie, in NFL history, since the rookie cap will be added in the 2012 NFL draft.
Personally, I feel he might have made the right decision.
Luck felt that he wasn't ready for the NFL, and maybe didn't want the pressure of being the franchise quarterback of the Carolina Panthers; an organization that is eager to have results fast.
He knows that if he gets injured or even gets cut early in his NFL career, he could just go and become the architect that he got his college degree for.
Obviously, the biggest loser has to be the Carolina Panthers, who made it clear to the public that they would d...

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