The NFL draft is just five weeks away, and the Indianapolis Colts are still working on making a final decision with their No. 1 overall pick — will it be Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin III?
Luck is certainly the favorite, but after seeing the Stanford standout perform at today’s pro day, the Colts official stance is still “undecided.”
“I don’t think you can go wrong either way,” Colts quarterbacks coach Clyde Christensen told the Indianapolis Star. “You go back and forth and keep looking for something that you can put a little red mark, that they can’t do this or can’t do that, that maybe there’s something [wrong] character-wise. You can’t find one on either kid.”
The Colts sent a delegation to Stanford today consisting of Christensen, tight ends coach Alfredo Roberts and scout Matt Terpening. A larger contingent was in Waco, Texas a day earlier for Baylor’s pro day, to see Griffin.
There’s still no final decision in Indy, but the Colts are certainly working on it. Luck told the Star today that he’s agreed to a private workout with the team, scheduled for “sometime in early April.”