While Stratford's Andrew Luck could be the best quarterback in the state of Texas, he's prefers staying out of the limelight. Laying low is as big a part of his game as his football IQ and explosive arm.
Luck took unofficial visits to Cal and Stanford last month and plans on hitting his top five schools this summer. That top five has yet to be determined by the talented signal caller.
"I'm going to narrow this down at the end of the school year," Luck said. "I really haven't eliminated anybody. I'm going to probably pick five schools and hit their camps. I'm also going to the Elite 11 tryout around the end of the school year."
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Luck received official offers from LSU, Alabama, Stanford, Virginia and Rice over the past few weeks making his decision even harder. While he is starting to receive offers from some of the bigger schools, some feel that he is a little under recruited.
"I don't think that at all," Luck said. "I just feel blessed that I've received the offers from the schools that have offered me. It's been a good process so far."
Luck led his team to their first district championship in two decades, but loses two of his primary receiving targets to graduation.
"We had a good senior class and we are going to miss them," he said. "We've got one returning receiver and a couple of guys from the junior varsity who are going to have to step up. We'll know more after the spring."