Luck has demonstrated he can play LB, TB, WR and QB
NFL scouts have been drooling over Andrew Luck since the end of the 2009 season. The cliché about Luck is that he is a surefire, can't-miss NFL quarterback prospect. He is smart, can make all the throws, doesn't make mistakes, has a rocket arm, is a good leader, has a booming voice and every other possible description of the ideal, video game-esque quarterback.
Even though the aforementioned qualities are enough to assure his position of the #1 pick in next year's NFL draft, some of Andrew Luck's most amazing highlights have nothing to do with the skills that an NFL quarterback needs to possess.
Last year when Shareece Wright of USC recovered a fumble in a 14-14 tie versus Stanford, Wright thought for a second that he was off to the races. About 1.5 seconds later, Andrew Luck flattened Shareece Wright in a play that had the announcers in shock and awe.
Later that season in "The Big Game" vs arch-rival Cal, Luck decided to tuck and run when none of his receivers were available. He eventually forearmed a Cal cornerback who thought he was going to tackle him at midfield. Instead, the Cal defender was knocked on his back and Luck paused for a split second and gave him a stare.
At the end of last season, it appeared that Luck could play linebacker or fullback in case of an emergency. This season versus UCLA, we learned that he could play wide receiver, too. During a play in the first half, Stanford worked an end around to a receiver, who then threw the ball back to Luck for a 15 yard pass. It was overthrown and appeared to be headed out of bounds for an incomplete pass, until Luck stretched with one arm to make the grab.
Who knows, maybe Luck will throw a pass to himself one day.