Posted April 24, 2012 on
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Andrew Luck will be a guest on the Late Show with David Letterman, a few hours before the Stanford quarterback is picked No. 1 pick in the NFL draft.
Luck will head over to Radio City Music Hall, where the draft is being held, after spending some time with Letterman Thursday night at the Ed Sullivan Theater. Radio City is just a few blocks away from the Ed Sullivan Theater in Manhattan.
The show will air on CBS later that night.
The Indianapolis Colts are expected to draft Luck first overall.
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1. OT Matt Kalil-USC*
2. WR Justin Blackmon-Oklahoma State*
3. CB Morris Claiborne-LSU*
4. RB Trent Richardson-Alabama*
5. QB Andrew Luck-Stanford*
6. QB Robert Griffin III-Baylor*
7. DE Quinton Coples-UNC
8. WR Michael Floyd-Notre Dame
9. ILB Courtney Upshaw-Alabama
10. DT Dontari Poe*-Memphis
11. DT Michael Brockers-LSU*
12. OG David DeCastro-Stanford*
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1-Indianapolis-Andrew Luck, QB Stanford
2-Washington(from St. Louis)-Robert Griffin III, QB Baylor
3-Minnesota-Matt Kalil, OT USC
4-Cleveland-Trent Richardson, RB Alabama
5-Tampa Bay-Morris Claiborne, CB LSU
6-St. Louis(from Washington)- Fletcher Cox, DT Mississippi St.
7-Jacksonville- Justin Blackmon, WR Oklahoma State
8-Miami-Ryan Tannehill, QB Texas A&M