Texas Junior Already with Two Offers

Andrew Luck from Stratford High School in Houston is a very intelligent quarterback with a very bright future in front of him. He is putting together a monster season as a junior and has already picked up two offers. Luck has put together a long list of the potential schools he would consider attending.

"I have like 15 or so that my dad and I put together. It is not just for football. We were also looking at academics. A place where I could get a good degree," Andrew Luck said.

A couple of schools on his list include Texas, Texas A&M, Oklahoma State, Stanford, California, Notre Dame, Michigan, Georgia Tech, Boston College and West Virginia.

Luck has already received two scholarship offers from Big 12 schools. Baylor and Nebraska have offered the star quarterback, and Oklahoma State is showing a lot of interest as well.

The 6-foot-3, 205 pound Luck earned first team all-district honors as a sophomore. He does a lot of damage on the football field with both his arm and his feet. As a sophomore, he passed for 1,500 yards and seven touchdowns to go along with 350 yards rushing and eight touchdowns.

Luck was very busy this summer. He attended camps at Texas, Oklahoma State, Purdue and Texas Tech. He talked about his visit to Austin over the summer.

"It was good. I went to a one day thing and did a couple of drills. It lasted about five hours," Luck said. "It was fun. They have a great coaching staff and a great program."

Luck was also in Austin a couple of weeks ago for the Iowa State game. He talked to a couple of members of the Longhorn coaching staff and had a great time at the game.

"I went to the Iowa State game. It is a great college atmosphere. The fans really get into it. Texas is awesome. It is what college football is all about," Luck said. "I talked to Coach Davis and Coach Giles before the game. We just talked about how the season was going and what Texas football is like."

In only five games this season, Luck has already passed for over 1,300 yards and thrown 13 touchdowns.

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