Football fans have been awaiting the arrival of Andrew Luck in the NFL for more than a year now, and the Stanford quarterback hasn't disappointed thus far.
Luck has been impressive during the first few days of Colts camp, as Indianapolis tries to rebuild a winner out of the rubble left from a 2-14 season.
New offensive coordinator Bruce Arians claimed that he believes Luck can be "scary" good if he develops correctly (via The Herald Bulletin).
Luck has already built up a solid relationship with Reggie Wayne and Austin Collie. In camp, he's hit fellow rookie T.Y. Hilton on a perfect deep ball. He also threw a back-corner fade to Wayne on Tuesday that was reportedly a thing of beauty, according to Phillip B. Wilson of the Indianapolis Star.
On top of all that, his teammates appear to like and have confidence in him.
It's safe to say Luck is living up to the hype so far.