Only one team will be "lucky" enough to end up with Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck.
That would appear to be the Indianapolis Colts, with their daunting 0-10 record.
However, the Colts face an interesting dilemma that could ramify throughout the rest of the league: What if they trade the No.1 pick? The Colts certainly wouldn't appear to need Luck if Peyton Manning can return from his neck injury. If he does, the Colts could still get five or six more elite years from one of the best to ever play the game.
Considering that fact, it's possible Indianapolis might chose to stock the cupboards with complimentary players instead—and what a bounty they could get for Luck, possibly the most sought-after prospect in decades.
With that in mind, let us count the scenarios Luck could find himself in in 2012 and determine which of these would be ideal for both team and player based on fit, the incumbent starter (and his salary) and draft position/compensation.