Luck & RG3: Future of NFL Quarterbacks

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Some years ago, a young quarterback finished his freshman year of high school playing in a grind-it-out, run-first offense. But his father wanted his son to play for a coach who would develop his son's talent for throwing the football. The father found his man in Jack Neumeier, coach for Granada Hills High School in California. Neumeier had recently developed a pass-first, madcap, spread attack featuring multiple receivers each adjusting their pass routes on the fly to find openings in the defense. The son played for three years at Granada, set numerous passing records, and went on to an illustrious career at Stanford University, after which the Colts selected him with the first pick in the NFL draft.

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