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NEPD Prospect Preview: Week 3

Thursday, September 15th, 2011
Andrew Luck 2012 NFL Draft

This guy seems decent.

After a really fun week two, involving a triple OT game, a single OT game, and two storied schools, we are back for more with three great games to scout.

For all of this year’s NFL Draft scouting action, check out the Film Room Archive.


2012 Top Draft Prospects: PAC 12

Monday, August 15th, 2011
Cliff Harris NFL Draft Patriots

Cliff Harris is one of the quickest players in the country.

After already touching on the ACC, Big 10, Big East, and SEC, the PAC 12 is up for the 2012 NFL Draft top prospect treatment. Here are the guys to look for while watching the 2011 NCAA season.


2011 NFL Draft Order Coming Into View

Monday, December 27th, 2010
Andrew Luck

Will this be the new face of the Carolina Panthers?

With Carolina falling to the Pittsburgh Steelers combined with wins by Cincinnati and Denver, the Panthers are now officially on the clock with the 1st pick in the 2011 NFL Draft.

What that also means is that the Patriots have clinched the #33rd pick, or the 1st pick on Day 2 of the draft.

Check out the current 2011 NFL Draft Order for all teams here.


NCAA Week 3: NFL Draft Prospect Recap

Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010
Andrew Luck

Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck torched Wake Forest with his arm and his feet this week.

If you want to see where the New England Scouting department was sighted this weekend, and who they may have been taking a look at, check out our weekly scouting report segment on Patriots Insider.


Andrew Luck Scouting Report

Monday, May 10th, 2010

QB / RB / WR / TE / OT / OG / OC / DT / DE / OLB / ILB / CB / SS

Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford (Junior)
Height: 6’4″
Weight: 234
Grade: 8.1 (Grading Scale)

Film Room Notes: vs. Arizona, vs Washington State

Hands: 10″ Arms: 32 5/8″

40: 4.59 Bench: N/A Vert: 34″ Broad: 10’4″ 3-Cone: 6.8

Prototypical measurables – Good footwork and pocket awareness – Above average arm strength – Effortless thrower – Throws a pretty ball – Great leader and work ethic – Gets rid of the ball on schedule – Uses play-action very well – Threat to run if receivers are covered – Above-average athleticism – Shows a high level of intelligence on and off the field – A certain #1 pick in the 2012 NFL Draft.

Accuracy has improved, but not at the Drew Brees/Tom Brady level yet – Doesn’t always get to 2nd read, but often hasn’t had to – Very tough to find any true weaknesses in his game.

Last Updated: March 3rd, 2012

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