Andrew Luck is almost universally (with the notable exceptions of Skip Bayless and Kordell Stewart) projected as the best quarterback prospect in the 2012 draft. Many pundits have had to hearken back to Peyton Manning to settle on a quarterback with as much promise. With as many plaudits as are headed Luck's way, it's easy to get sidetracked and neglect to actually study his body of work at Stanford.
Luck's prototypical size, skill at reading defenses, excellent pocket presence and good accuracy have launched him into the consensus No. 1 spot for the draft. I want to stress that I think that Luck will be an exceptional quarterback in the NFL. This slideshow is just going to pick a few nits for him. We all need our nits picked now and again.
As Luck's pro day nears (it'll be on March 22), let's get nit-picky and take a closer look at five aspects of his game that he could improve.