Andrew Luck called best NFL Draft prospect ever scouted

Stanford Quarterback Andrew Luck is going to have a decision on his hands soon. The media is going to be stepping up the pressure as we wait for the bowl games, asking about his intentions to enter the 2011 NFL Draft. Before the season started Luck threw out that he will “probably” stay in school. Now, as the season draws to an end, we have to wonder how Luck feels about that. He is easily on the top of many draft boards. Rob Rang of CBS Sports calls him the best prospect he has ever scouted.¬†Marveling¬†over Luck’s recent game against Oregon State, Rang wrapped with this…

“Luck is more than just the best quarterback — or best player — potentially available for the 2011 draft, however.

He’s the best quarterback AND elite prospect — including LaDainian Tomlinson, Steve Hutchinson, Calvin Johnson, Ndamukong Suh — I’ve scouted, including every Senior Bowl since 2001.”

We have a feeling that Rang put a lot of thought into that statement before saying it. It is not the type of thing just tossed around when your job is covering prospects and the draft. When you label someone the best ever you can’t come back and say it is someone else any time soon.

Rang is far from the only one who has these kinds of feelings for Andrew Luck. Updating our 2011 NFL Mock Draft Database we found that Luck tops every mock draft that has been updated in the month of November. Now we just wait to see if he comes out.

Source: CBS Sports

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