2012 NFL Draft: Is Justin Blackmon a Better Prospect Than Andrew Luck?

July 16, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

These days, the sports media has a way of singling out one college quarterback prospect every summer, and hyping him up to be the guy.

Jake Locker, Brady Quinn and Matt Leinart are just a few recent examples of this. And now it seems it’s time for Stanford’s Andrew Luck to take his seat on the mythical throne.

Luck, without a doubt, is the best quarterback prospect since Matt Ryan. In fact, he’s even a tier above Ryan, who was taken by the Atlanta Falcons with the third pick in the 2008 NFL Draft.

Luck is special and from everything we’ve seen thus far over the past two seasons, he’s got franchise quarterback written all over him.

He’s a Peyton Manning caliber prospect, who has all the tools and intangibles you look for in a young, developing quarterback.

He’s even proven he can win the big game, which is something everyone knocked Peyton for when he was at Tennessee.

The Stanford signal-caller has...

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