The New York Giants have the first pick in the NFL draft.
Andrew Luck has been the star of the 2016 NFL season, but it is hard to ignore that he also is a very talented young quarterback.
Andrew was a second-round pick in 2014 and made the Pro Bowl in 2016.
The Giants had the No. 3 pick and were desperate to move up to grab Luck, but he opted to sign with Indianapolis instead.
The Indianapolis Colts drafted Andrew Luck with the No 10 overall pick in 2016 and were very happy with the result.
Here are some stats from his rookie season.
1.2 million yards of total offense: Andrew Luck had 2,547 yards of offense in 2016, good for the second most in NFL history.
The previous high was 2,742 yards for Matt Ryan in 2013.
2.8 yards per pass attempt: Luck averaged 2.85 yards per attempt during his rookie year.
That is good for sixth in the league and tied for third in the NFC East.
4 TDs and one INT: Luck had three passing touchdowns and one interception during his first two seasons.
The last two touchdowns came in the third quarter against the Giants in Week 1.
The next two came in overtime against the Rams in Week 7.
6 total touchdowns and 1 INT: The last three TDs Luck has scored in the Super Bowl were all come in overtime.
He had three touchdown passes and two interceptions in the AFC Championship Game.
The other two came on the opening drive of the Superdome in Week 2 against the Patriots.
Luck had six passing touchdowns in the playoffs, and five touchdowns and two picks in the regular season.
2 interceptions in Super Bowl XLVII: Luck also had two interceptions during the 2015 AFC Championship.
Luck made the play that got the Broncos to the Superbowl.
He threw an interception on the final play of the game.
4 rushing TDs and 1 rushing touchdown: Luck finished with 6 rushing TDs in his rookie campaign.
He also had three rushing TDs against the Bears in the 2015 season finale.
Luck rushed for 2,914 yards and scored six rushing TDs the last three seasons.
2 touchdowns in Superbowl XLVII and Super Bowl LI: Luck and the Colts also won the AFC title and were awarded the Superfans Choice Offensive Player of the Year award for their Super Bowl performance.
Luck threw for 628 yards and three touchdowns.