Today is a big day for the Colts, as a number of coaches and front office personnel for the team are in Stanford to see and work out quarterback Andrew Luck.
Included in the trip for Colts is general manager Ryan Grigson, vice president of football operations Tom Telesco, head coach Chuck Pagano, offensive coordinator Bruce Arians and quarterbacks coach Clyde Christensen.
Colts owner Jim Irsay will not make the trip, Chappell adds.
The Colts were in attendance for Luck’s pro day on March 22 and checked out Baylor University quarterback Robert Griffin III the day before. Private workouts can only be conducted on a player’s college campus.
“We’ll get all the information and make a great decision,” Christensen said of the two quarterbacks at the top of the draft.
Luck completed 67 percent of 1,064 pass attempts for 9,430 yards with 82 touchdowns against just 22 interceptions during a 38-game career.
Luck is a two-time Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year, a two-time All-American, two-time Heisman Trophy runner-up and is widely regarded as the most NFL-ready quarterback to enter the draft since Peyton Manning came out of Tennessee and was chosen No. 1 overall by the Colts in 1998.