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When it comes to negotiating a contract, being young, talented and on the verge of entering the National Football League as the number 1 overall pick in 2012, Andrew Luck's net worth has decidedly just now reached an estimated net worth of $115,300.
The Stanford junior quarterback has all the weapons that NFL teams desire. He decided to forgo his senior season to make a little dough. As the natural stand in for league All-Star Peyton Manning – who cannot return to the Colts - to lead the Indianapolis Colts from the basement of the league after a disastrous 2-14 season, Luck generates the intelligence, athletic prowess and maturity that may lead him to making more and more cash during his football career. Consider the opening marketability of endorsements.
Despite the fact that the Heisman trophy went to RDG III, Luck managed to collect a swarm of other collegiate awards before his transition to the NFL. In his last year in college competition, Luck collected the Walter Camp Award and the Maxwell Award as the best college player around. Beside his runner up finish for the Heisman, Luck was named as the first string All-American quarterback before his departure to the bigs.
The 22-year-old hasn't been around long enough to get himself in legal trouble, but the contract negotiations for talent on his level may change that. Probably not. The clean cut, curious quarterback look to make his first stop as the part of the Indianapolis Colts. In order to fill the shoes of the legendary Johnny Unitas and Peyton Manning, Andrew need a lot of Luck.