Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III. The expected first and second overall draft picks in the 2012 NFL draft. Due to the high level of expectations placed on both of these outstanding athletes, it would make sense that both of them should project to reach All-Pro status during their pro careers.
Luck is smart, athletic and an accurate passer. Labeled as the best quarterback prospect to enter the NFL since Peyton Manning, if Luck is able to play up to that lofty comparison, then he will be able to reach All-Pro status.
The only part of the equation that gives me pause, is who will Andrew Luck have to throw the football to at Indianapolis? The Colts have already lost Pierre Garcon to Washington, and they waived Dallas Clark.
Yes, Reggie Wayne surprisingly re-signed with the Colts, but they will need more than just him as a target. The Colts will have to start surrounding Luck with some talent if he is to become anything like his predecessor.
As for RG3, the Washington Redskins have already done a nice job of bolstering their passing attack by signing Pierre Garcon and Josh Morgan. Given the athleticism of both receivers, combined with the skills of Griffin, the Redskins offense is going to be cranking at a higher level in 2012, and conceivably for at least a few more years after that as well.
Given the tools that Griffin will be provided to work with, he stands the better chance to reach All-Pro status first.