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Andrew Luck


Andrew Austen Luck

Inducted 2022

Date of Birth



Washington, D.C.


Stanford University (2009-2011)


One of the most precise passers in college football history, Andrew Luck put together a record-setting career at Stanford that saw him claim multiple national awards. The Houston, Texas, native is the 19th Cardinal player to join the College Football Hall of Fame. Luck was a 2011 First Team All-American and took home the Maxwell, Walter Camp and Johnny Unitas Golden Arm awards. The two-time Heisman Trophy runner-up (2010, 2011) transformed a Stanford program that had suffered seven-straight losing seasons before he became the starter in 2009. Luck led the Cardinal to a 31-7 record, including three-straight postseason berths and consecutive top 10 final rankings in 2010 (No. 4) and 2011 (No. 7). He was named the MVP at the 2011 Orange Bowl after throwing for 287 yards and four touchdowns in a win over Virginia Tech. A two-time Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year, Luck led the conference in multiple categories during his stellar 2011 campaign, including completion percentage (71.3) and passing efficiency (169.7). The two-time First Team All-Pac-12 selection left as Stanford's all-time leader in career passing touchdowns (82) and passing efficiency (162.8) and ranked second in Cardinal history with 9,430 career passing yards. Luck owned two of the top four passing seasons in school history: 3,517 yards in 2011 and 3,338 in 2010. His .670 career completion percentage topped Stanford’s record, as did his single-season completion percentages in 2010 (.707) and 2011 (.713). His 37 touchdown passes in 2011 set a single-season school record, followed by his 32 touchdown passes in 2010. Luck presided over three of the most prolific offensive teams in Stanford history, helping the Cardinal to scoring records in 2009 (461), 2010 (524) and 2011 (561). Just as proficient in the classroom, he was named the 2011 Academic All-American of the Year, and he was a three-time First Team Academic All-Pac-12 honoree and a member of the NFF Hampshire Honor Society. The first overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, Luck spent his entire seven-year career with the Indianapolis Colts from 2012-18. The four-time Pro Bowler was named the 2018 Comeback Player of the Year, and he owned the NFL rookie record for passing yards (4,373). Luck is involved with several philanthropic pursuits, including Riley Children's Foundation and the Andrew Luck Book Club. He was previously honored by the NFF in 2008 as an NFF National High School Scholar-Athlete.


Height 6'4"

Weight 240

Career Highlights

  • 2011 First Team All-America
  • 2011 First Team All-Pac 12
  • 2011 Football Academic All-America of the Year
  • 2011 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award Winner
  • 2011 Maxwell Award Winner
  • 2011 Pac 12 Offensive Player of the Year
  • 2011 Walter Camp Award Winner
  • 2010 First Team All-America
  • 2010 First Team All-Pac 12
  • 2010 Pac 12 Offensive Player of the Year
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