• Andrew Luck (QB) #12

    Andrew Luck
    ADP:Round: 9, Pick: 3
    Ht / Wt:6'4" / 234 lb.
    Born:September 12, 1989
    Drafted:2012 / Rd. 1 (1)
    Draft Team:IND

    Injury Status - Week 17

    Not on injury report



    Colts Owner on Andrew Luck: "It's a 107-Degree Fever Towards Success"

    Monday, January 1, 7:34 PM

    Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay expressed his confidence in quarterback Andrew Luck (shoulder) returning in 2018 to the media on Monday, stating that "it's a 107-degree fever toward success right now." Putting aside his seemingly nonsensical description, Irsay should not be trusted to provide any information about Luck's return given how he 'promised' that the quarterback would be ready for Week 1 of the 2017 season. Luck will no doubt be a highly risky fantasy prospect even if he miraculously finds a way to participate in offseason activities, given the Colts turnstile of an offensive line.


    Average Draft Position (ADP) Value

    January 22, 2018

    Andrew Luck's fantasy value is measured by his average draft position (ADP) in fantasy football drafts. In recent drafts, Luck's current ADP is 9.03, which indicates that his fantasy outlook is to be the 3rd pick of the 9th round, and 98th selection overall.

    Data from fantasy football 12-team standard scoring average draft position data, based off of the latest fantasy football mock drafts.


    2016 Season Stats

    Att / Cmp Pa Yds Pa TD Pa Int Ru Yds Ru TD
    346 / 545 4,240 31 13 341 2

    Recent drafts with Andrew Luck:

    Draft #DateFormatLuck's Draft Pick
    4616233 1/23/2018 Standard 113th
    4616086 1/23/2018 Standard 115th
    4616048 1/23/2018 Standard 88th
    4616010 1/22/2018 Standard 114th
    4615919 1/22/2018 Standard 110th
    4615910 1/22/2018 Standard 109th

    Players drafted after Andrew Luck:

    Randall Cobb WR GB 9.04
    Marvin Jones WR DET 9.05
    Marcus Mariota QB TEN 9.05
    Jack Doyle TE IND 9.06
    Jimmy Graham TE SEA 9.06
    Derek Carr QB OAK 9.10
    Ben Roethlisberger QB PIT 9.10
    Philip Rivers QB LAC 9.11
    Samaje Perine RB WAS 9.12
    Ted Ginn Jr WR NO 9.12
    Corey Coleman WR CLE 10.02
    Tyrell Williams WR LAC 10.03
    Houston Defense DEF HOU 10.05
    Donte Moncrief WR IND 10.07
    John Brown WR ARI 10.07

    Andrew Luck Biography

    Andrew Luck showed his stellar football playing abilities early on, and he keeps getting better each year.  Luck showed considerable promise as a young man in high school, and more promise throughout college playing for Stanford University.  Following college, he was picked up by the Colts and quickly became their team leader.  He has earned the respect of his teammates and fans. 

    Childhood and High School

    Andrew Austen Luck was born September 12, 1989, in Washington, DC.  He is the son of Oliver Luck, the former Huston Oilers quarterback.  As a child, Luck spent his childhood in London, England, and Frankfurt, Germany because his father was the general manager of two of the World Leagues of American Football teams.  Luck returned to the States in high school and became the quarterback for Houston’s Stratford High School.  He drew national attention as a senior at Stratford and some scouts rated him the fifth best prospect in Texas and one of the top 50 overall high school players.  Academically, he made his mark as well and graduated class valedictorian 2008.


    Luck went right to college at Stanford University with a major in architectural design.  He turned down other offers from top prospects because he admired Stanford’s academic programs.  He played ball under a newer head coach, Jim Harbaugh.  Under Harbaugh, Luck excelled during the Cardinal’s season to restore the program and became the quarterback in 2009.  During the next three year’s seasons, Luck helped to propel Stanford into three straight bowl games.  During college, Luck was twice named the Pac-12’s Offensive play of the year.  During college, Luck was one of the NFL draft top picks, but he chose to complete his degree first.

    NFL Draft

    In April 2012, Luck was selected by the Indianapolis Colts as the number one pick in the NFL draft with a four-year contract for $22.1 million.  Following his 40 time of 4.67 and 35 inch vertical jump.  In November, Luck set a rookie single-game 433 passing yards record, with a total season passing yards of 4,374 to establish a rookie mark.  He earned the first of his multiple Pro Bowl selections.  As a sophomore, his passing yards dipped, but he was found to be better at avoiding costly interceptions.  The biggest moment of this season came in the opening round of playoffs with the Kansas City Chiefs where he led the Colts back from 28 points behind. 

    2015 NFL Season

    In 2015, Luck started out the season with an injured shoulder and the year did not get better.  He was reported to have the worst playing season of his career.  He had almost as many interceptions in three weeks as he did during the 2013 season.  Luck was 7th in attempts and 15th in completions during this playing season.  While he suffered the worst statistical game of his career, he did have some highlights and his luck changed with the end of the year.

    2016 NFL Season

    In 2016, Luck said goodbye to the bad luck of 2015 and was named the comeback player of the year as the Defensive Player of the year.  He led the team in 1,448 receiving yards on 91 catches with 6 touchdowns.  Luck signed a six-year contract with the Colts for an average salary of $23.3 million a season and a total deal of $140 million.  Luck bounced back with a great season with 4,240 yards, 31 touchdowns, 13 interceptions, and 96.4 passer rating.  Luck was noted to be the most formidable threat on the Colt’s team.  Luck was also given the single best game performance when the Colts played the New York Jets on December 5 as he ties the game.  Luck had many highlights in 2016 that combine to make it a great playing year.

    Personal Life

    Luck keeps a quiet personal life with his girlfriend, Nicole Pechanec, who was a senior gymnast at Stanford University, where they met.  They were both star athletes and studied architecture together.  Today, they enjoy time together when they can, and she attends games with the other NFL girlfriends and wives.  Luck does participate in social media with a Twitter account that has almost 20,000 followers. 


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