Plenty of NFL scouts will want to take a close look at both Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck and Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III, but no scouts will attend both of their pro days.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Luck and Griffin will both have pro days on Thursday, March 22.
The only team that really has a choice to make about who’s better, Luck or Griffin, is Indianapolis. The Colts will almost certainly draft one of the two quarterbacks first overall as the heir apparent to Peyton Manning, and for other teams the biggest question is how much they’d be willing to give up in a trade to the Rams to move into the No. 2 slot to select the quarterback the Colts don’t take.
At the moment, Luck appears to be the favorite to go first overall, but Griffin has made no secret that he’s viewing himself as a competitor to Luck and a strong candidate for the first pick. One of the competitions will be which player gets a better turnout for his pro day.