Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck is the prize of April's draft, but now there are multiple teams that will have a chance to draft the potential franchise quarterback.
What should the Colts do if they get the No. 1 pick?
The Rams and Vikings both selected quarterbacks in the first round in recent drafts. St. Louis drafted Oklahoma quarterback Sam Bradford with the No. 1 pick in the 2010 draft, and the Vikings picked Florida State star Christian Ponder in April.
Would either the Rams or Vikings draft Luck when they already committed high first-round picks to quarterbacks recently? Probably not; I certainly would not take a quarterback.
The Colts have a huge decision to make because Luck could be an All-Pro player but it would also be foolish to trade Peyton Manning when he still has years remaining as an elite quarterback.
What Indianapolis should do is trade the pick to a team that desperately wants Luck and who will grossly overpay to acquire the top pick.
The Colts need a lot more help than at quarterback to become a Super Bowl contender again. Their rushing defense is ranked 28th in the NFL, and as a whole, Indy's defense has no playmakers who can change games with huge defensive play.
With three teams in the running for the No. 1 overall pick and each of them already having a quality quarterback, the lead-up to the NFL Draft and who will take Andrew Luck just got a whole lot more interesting.