Andrew Luck continues to draw praise as he starts his second year in the NFL.
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck impressed scouts, coaches and fans with his incredible poise, leadership and throwing ability in his rookie year with the Indianapolis Colts last season.
It seems that nothing has changed as he gets ready to lead the Colts to another playoff appearance in his second year, and has impressed veteran Quarterback with his ability as a passer.
Hasselbeck, who himself led the Seattle Seahawks to a Super Bowl appearance in 2005, told the IndyStar how good Luck really was.
“I really didn’t know what kind of leader he was in the locker room. It just comes real natural to him,” Hasselbeck told reporters.
“He’s got a great sense of when to pull somebody aside, how to deal with coaches, just how he treats everyone around him.
“He’s been off-the-charts impressive that way.”
With the 23-year old reuniting with his former college offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton for next season, Luck has easily adjusted to the new offense, as much of the system and verbage is the same from his four years at Stanford.
If Luck can continue to progress with the team and produce more heroics on the field, then it will not be too long before the Colts will be mentioned as perennial Super Bowl contenders.