Reuter: Draft strengths/weaknesses
"He's the real deal. If you draft him you never have to worry about anything," Moore said, according to ProFootballTalk.com. "You know he'll be prepared. You know he'll be in shape. You know he'll study. You know he'll practice hard. ... And you'll know he's going to go home and spend two-to-three more hours working on what you talked about.
"If I was still coaching I'd love to have him because he can do the things I like to do: audibles at the line of scrimmage; no-huddle. He has a great awareness of what's happening."
"Andrew Luck doesn't need a mentor," he said. "I've never bought into the theory that you learn by watching. I think all that stuff is really overrated."
"This kid [Luck] is the first pick in the first round and there's no question about it. I would draft him and I would never look back."