Found February 21, 2012 on The Husker:
PLAYERS: Trent RichardsonAndrew Luck

Andrew Luck number one? RGW3 for the win? Maybe Trent Richardson is the best RB we have seen in years? No one will know except Mel Kiper except Mel Kiper is a Weatherman with lettuce made of plastic and is wrong religiously. All I know is its NFL Draft 2012 Meme time.



Trent Richardson: Draft Update

Word broke today that Alabama RB Trent Richardson suffered a knee injury during preparation for  the BCS Title Game and had arthroscopic surgery that will force him to miss this week’s NFL combine in Indy. He’s expected to do a full workout at Alabama’s Pro Day in March, but the injury could scare some teams [...]

Griffin moves his pro day

Robert Griffin III would likely be viewed as a rare, unique talent were it not for a certain Stanford quarterback many believe as the best thing since the Big Bang. Dueling pro days were planned for Baylor and Stanford, but as luck (or Luck?) would have it RGIII and Andrew Luck no longer have to share the dance card: Baylor associate athletic director Nick Joos said Monday that...

Vikings doing 'full-Monty' on Luck, Griffin

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Entering the 2012 season with a second-year, first-round draft pick as the incumbent starter at quarterback and with an athletic third-year player behind him, the Minnesota Vikings would seem to be set at the position for the near future. The scenario has pundits believing Minnesota could be a trade partner in April's NFL draft for a team looking to make...

NFL Draft: Trent Richardson Undergoes Knee Scope

Potential top-five draft selection Trent Richardson will not participate in on-field drills at the NFL combine after undergoing a “minor knee scope” three weeks ago.’s Jason LaCanfora reports that Richardson allegedly sustained an injury in a practice leading up to the BCS National Championship game and underwent the operation to alleviate discomfort. While he has reportedly...

Luck still may throw at Scouting Combine

Over the weekend, Bob Kravitz of the Indianapolis Star reported that Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck was willing to throw at the Scouting Combine, but that he was advised by the Colts to wait until his March 22 Pro Day.  Now, however, there’s evidence to the contrary. Joe Schad of reports that George Whitfield, who…

Richardson had knee surgery, out of Indy drills

Former Alabama running back Trent Richardson will not take part in on-field drills at the scouting combine later this week after undergoing minor knee surgery.

Don Banks: 2012 NFL Mock Draft 2.0

The tide is turning for Alabama back Trent Richardson. As scouts rave about his skills, his draft stock is beginning to soar. But where does he go in Don Banks' latest projection?

Scouts agree: Andrew Luck should be Colts’ pick

Many are split on which highly-touted quarterback — Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin III — should get the dubious honor of succeeding Peyton Manning in Indianapolis. Some mocks have Luck landing with the Colts at No. 1 overall, while others project Griffin III in the same spot. This will inevitably change dozens of times between now and late April. However, there seems to be an...

Harbaugh talks up prized quarterbacks

The Scouting Combine's top two quarterbacks - all but assured to be selected 1-2 in April's NFL Draft - each have a connection with San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh: He coached Andrew Luck at Stanford, and he recruited Robert Griffin III, the 2011 Heisman Trophy winner who starred at Baylor. Luck may be locked up and signed by the Indianapolis Colts - keeper of the...
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