Players

Andrew Luck
QB #12
Height:
6-4
Weight:
240
Age:
25
College:
Stanford
Hometown:
Houston, TX
Experience:
3

Quick Stats (2014):

TDS
5
INT
3
YDS
542
RTG
85.5
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesPassingRushingFumbles
GGSCompAttYdsAvgTDIntSckSckYRateAttYdsAvgTDFUMLost
TOTAL 737 1,284 8,738 6.8 51 30 76 489 81.8 134 671 5 10 16 7
2014 IND 2 2 55 87 542 6.2 5 3 3 16 85.5 9 39 4.3 1 -- --
2013 IND 16 16 343 570 3,822 6.7 23 9 32 227 87 63 377 6 4 6 2
2012 IND 16 16 339 627 4,374 7 23 18 41 246 76.5 62 255 4.1 5 10 5
Recent Games
WKOppResultPassingRushingFumbles
CompAttPctYdsAvgTDIntSckSckYRateAttYdsAvgTDFUMLost
1 @DEN L 24-31 35 53 66 370 7 2 2 3 16 83.1 5 19 3.8 1 -- --
2 PHI L 27-30 20 34 58.8 172 5.1 3 1 0 0 89.3 4 20 5 0 -- --

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CAREER TRANSACTIONS:

  • Selected by the Colts in the first round (1st Overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft.

COLLEGE:

  • Started all 38 games he played in at Stanford, completing 713-of-1,064 passes (67.0 percent) for 9,430 yards, 82 touchdowns and 22 interceptions, as he set school career records for touchdown passes and pass completion percentage.
  • Was a two-time Heisman Trophy finalist in 2010 and 2011. 
  • Named the Maxwell Award Winner for the National Collegiate Player of the Year, the Walter Camp Football Foundation Player of the Year and the Pac-12 Conference Player of the Year following the 2010 and 2011 seasons. Was also the recipient of the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Trophy and named the Capital One Academic All-America of the Year by CoSIDA in 2011.
  • Finished his collegiate career at Stanford with 31 victories as a starter, the most ever attained by a Cardinal quarterback. His winning percentage (81.5) is the best in school history.
  • Helped lead Stanford to 29 consecutive weeks in The Associated Press Top 25 poll, including 22 consecutive weeks in the Top 10.
  • Quarterbacked three of the most prolific offensive teams in school history by helping Stanford amass 461 points in 2009 as a freshman, a school-record 524 points as a sophomore and 561 points as a junior, the seventh-highest total in the nation.
  • With 82 career touchdown passes, left school ranked fourth in Pac-12 Conference history. His career-high 37 scoring strikes as a junior are surpassed by only Southern California’s Matt Leinart (38 in 2003) for the Pac-12 Conference season record.
  • Earned the top two spots on the Stanford season record chart with 37 touchdown passes in 2011 and 32 connections in 2010.
  • Finished second in school annals behind Steve Stenstrom (10,531 yards; 1991-1994) for the most passing yardage for a career, and his pass attempts (1,064) and completions (713) both placed fourth in school history.
  • Holds the second and third positions in the Stanford season record book with passing yardage figures of 3,517 yards as a junior and 3,338 yards as a sophomore, topped by only Steve Stenstrom’s 3,627 yards in 1993.
  • Completed 288 attempts in 2011 to rank behind only Stenstrom’s 1993 total of 300 while his 2010 figure of 263 completions rank fourth on the Cardinal annual record chart.
  • The first Cardinal to amass over 10,000 yards in total offense (10,387), establishing a new Stanford record and finishing sixth in Pac-12 history.
  • Accounted for 3,791 total yards in 2010 and 3,667 in 2011 to earn the top two positions on the Cardinal season record list.
  • Threw for over 300 yards in eight contests during his collegiate career, the fourth-best total by a Stanford passer.
  • Became the first Stanford player to throw for at least four scores more than twice in a season.
  • Holds the school career record for quarterbacks with 957 rushing yards. Set the season rushing record for a quarterback in 2010 with 453 yards and also ranks third on the list with 354 yards on the ground in 2009.

 

PERSONAL:

  • Attended Stratford High School in Houston, Texas.
  • Finished his prep career with 7,139 yards and 53 touchdowns on 488-of-824 passing (.592) while also adding 2,085 rushing yards in three seasons.
  • As a senior, completed 196-of-338 pass attempts for 2,684 yards and 19 touchdowns and rushed for 671 yards. Earned second-team All-Texas honors for Class 5A.
  • Selected as an All-America by SuperPrep and listed as the nation’s seventh-best quarterback by the publication in 2007.
  • Threw for 2,926 yards and 27 touchdowns on 176-of-257 passing and rushed for 714 yards in his junior season.
  • Named the 19-5A District MVP and was a Rivals.com All-America pick in 2006.
  • Totaled 1,529 yards and seven touchdowns through the air on 116-of-229 passing as a sophomore, adding 700 rushing yards.
  • Served as the valedictorian of his high school’s graduation class of 2008.
  • Served as a co-spokesperson for the “COLTSTRONG, LIBRARYSTRONG” campaign for the Indianapolis Library.
  • Hosted an NFL Play 60 event with Indianapolis Public School students.
  • Co-hosted the 12th Man Leukemia Jam, an event to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma society.
  • Participated in the Colts QB Shopping event with Shepherd Community Center as a volunteer shopper.
  • Visited Riley Hospital for Children to spread cheer during the holidays.
  • Donated 20 tickets per game to Riley Hospital for Children at IU health, Ronald McDonald House and Habitat for Humanity.
  • Was a 2012 NFL Super Bowl Contest Spokesperson.
  • At Stanford, carried a 3.48 cumulative grade point average as an architectural design major.
  • Son of former Houston Oiler and West Virginia quarterback Oliver Luck.
  • A native of Houston, Texas.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS:

  • Selected by the Colts in the first round (1st Overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft.

COLLEGE:

  • Started all 38 games he played in at Stanford, completing 713-of-1,064 passes (67.0 percent) for 9,430 yards, 82 touchdowns and 22 interceptions, as he set school career records for touchdown passes and pass completion percentage.
  • Was a two-time Heisman Trophy finalist in 2010 and 2011. 
  • Named the Maxwell Award Winner for the National Collegiate Player of the Year, the Walter Camp Football Foundation Player of the Year and the Pac-12 Conference Player of the Year following the 2010 and 2011 seasons. Was also the recipient of the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Trophy and named the Capital One Academic All-America of the Year by CoSIDA in 2011.
  • Finished his collegiate career at Stanford with 31 victories as a starter, the most ever attained by a Cardinal quarterback. His winning percentage (81.5) is the best in school history.
  • Helped lead Stanford to 29 consecutive weeks in The Associated Press Top 25 poll, including 22 consecutive weeks in the Top 10.
  • Quarterbacked three of the most prolific offensive teams in school history by helping Stanford amass 461 points in 2009 as a freshman, a school-record 524 points as a sophomore and 561 points as a junior, the seventh-highest total in the nation.
  • With 82 career touchdown passes, left school ranked fourth in Pac-12 Conference history. His career-high 37 scoring strikes as a junior are surpassed by only Southern California’s Matt Leinart (38 in 2003) for the Pac-12 Conference season record.
  • Earned the top two spots on the Stanford season record chart with 37 touchdown passes in 2011 and 32 connections in 2010.
  • Finished second in school annals behind Steve Stenstrom (10,531 yards; 1991-1994) for the most passing yardage for a career, and his pass attempts (1,064) and completions (713) both placed fourth in school history.
  • Holds the second and third positions in the Stanford season record book with passing yardage figures of 3,517 yards as a junior and 3,338 yards as a sophomore, topped by only Steve Stenstrom’s 3,627 yards in 1993.
  • Completed 288 attempts in 2011 to rank behind only Stenstrom’s 1993 total of 300 while his 2010 figure of 263 completions rank fourth on the Cardinal annual record chart.
  • The first Cardinal to amass over 10,000 yards in total offense (10,387), establishing a new Stanford record and finishing sixth in Pac-12 history.
  • Accounted for 3,791 total yards in 2010 and 3,667 in 2011 to earn the top two positions on the Cardinal season record list.
  • Threw for over 300 yards in eight contests during his collegiate career, the fourth-best total by a Stanford passer.
  • Became the first Stanford player to throw for at least four scores more than twice in a season.
  • Holds the school career record for quarterbacks with 957 rushing yards. Set the season rushing record for a quarterback in 2010 with 453 yards and also ranks third on the list with 354 yards on the ground in 2009.

 

PERSONAL:

  • Attended Stratford High School in Houston, Texas.
  • Finished his prep career with 7,139 yards and 53 touchdowns on 488-of-824 passing (.592) while also adding 2,085 rushing yards in three seasons.
  • As a senior, completed 196-of-338 pass attempts for 2,684 yards and 19 touchdowns and rushed for 671 yards. Earned second-team All-Texas honors for Class 5A.
  • Selected as an All-America by SuperPrep and listed as the nation’s seventh-best quarterback by the publication in 2007.
  • Threw for 2,926 yards and 27 touchdowns on 176-of-257 passing and rushed for 714 yards in his junior season.
  • Named the 19-5A District MVP and was a Rivals.com All-America pick in 2006.
  • Totaled 1,529 yards and seven touchdowns through the air on 116-of-229 passing as a sophomore, adding 700 rushing yards.
  • Served as the valedictorian of his high school’s graduation class of 2008.
  • Served as a co-spokesperson for the “COLTSTRONG, LIBRARYSTRONG” campaign for the Indianapolis Library.
  • Hosted an NFL Play 60 event with Indianapolis Public School students.
  • Co-hosted the 12th Man Leukemia Jam, an event to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma society.
  • Participated in the Colts QB Shopping event with Shepherd Community Center as a volunteer shopper.
  • Visited Riley Hospital for Children to spread cheer during the holidays.
  • Donated 20 tickets per game to Riley Hospital for Children at IU health, Ronald McDonald House and Habitat for Humanity.
  • Was a 2012 NFL Super Bowl Contest Spokesperson.
  • At Stanford, carried a 3.48 cumulative grade point average as an architectural design major.
  • Son of former Houston Oiler and West Virginia quarterback Oliver Luck.
  • A native of Houston, Texas.
 

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