Andrew Luck has been playing quarterback for nearly his entire life, so how much progress can he really make during a three-day minicamp?
“Leaps and bounds,” Luck said when asked that question today, at the end of the Colts’ rookie camp. “The chance to get practice reps is huge, and to get on the field, get all of the reps and put something on film that you can go back to and have it start clicking. So leaps and bounds.”
Luck said there was noticeable improvement on the practice field between the first session on Friday and the last session on Sunday.
“The ability to come out here, you make a mistake that you watched on film, and the ability to come out and not do it again, I think, is something that has spread out through all of the guys here,” Luck said. “So it is fun to be around.”
NFL rules prohibit Luck from working with the team again until Stanford graduates on June 7, so Luck will miss all of the Colts’ organized team activities. His next opportunity to improve “leaps and bounds” will come at the Colts’ next minicamp, June 12-14.