Home NET WORTH Andrew Luck Net Worth 2022, Salary and Biography

Andrew Luck Net Worth 2022, Salary and Biography

by Don Mark
Andrew Luck Net Worth

Andrew Luck Net Worth?

Net worth $40 million 
Full Name Andrew Luck 
Date of Birth September 12,1989
Nationality American

Andrew Luck Net Worth

Andrew Luck Net Worth : Andrew Austen Luck is an American football quarterback who plays for the Indianapolis Colts in the National Football League (NFL). Born in Washington DC, USA, he spent his first years in different countries before returning to the USA. The son of star quarterback Oliver Luck, he has demonstrated his football skills since high school. He had an amazing football career in college. 

Luck played for Stanford University and received the Maxwell Award and the Walter Camp Player of the Year Award. He is a two-time finalist of the “Heisman Trophy”. In 2010 and 2011 he was named “Offensive Player of the Year” at the “Pac-12 (Pac-10) Conference”. He is known for his passing and running skills. He was forecast to be number one in the 2011 NFL Draft, but he decided to graduate first. In the “NFL Draft” next year, Luck was selected first by the “Indianapolis Colts”.

Advertisement

Read Top 10 Richest Footballers in the world

Early Life

Andrew Luck was born on September 12, 1989 in Washington DC, USA. His father, Oliver Luck, is a former quarterback for the Houston Oilers and West Virginia University. Oliver has served as General Manager of two World League of American Football teams in London and Frankfurt. Andrew Luck spent most of his early childhood in England and Germany. 

Advertisement
You Might Be Interested In

In 2001 Oliver Luck was appointed head of the Harris County-Houston Sports Authority. Andrew Luck is the oldest of the family’s four siblings. His younger siblings are Mary Ellen, Emily, and Addison. His mother’s name is Kathy (née Wilson) Luck. He played “Pop Warner” football and attended “Stratford High School”. 

Advertisement

Andrew Luck was also good for academics and graduated as a co-valedictorian of the school. Luck had athletic scholarship offers from many universities, but he chose Stanford University for its academic brilliance and for its new head coach, Jim Harbaugh, a former “NFL” quarterback. Luck graduated with a BA in Architectural Design in June 2012. He was honored with the “Al Masters Award” for his athletic achievements, his leadership qualities and his academic achievements.

Career

 From 2008 to 2011 Luck played for Coach Harbaughs (and later Coach David Shaws) football team “Stanford Cardinal”. In 2008 he was “redshirted” and joined the team in 2009 as a quarterback. He helped his team win important games against high-ranking teams and secure a place in the 2009 Sun Bowl after a finger injury sustained in a game against Notre Dame. During the season he scored 2,929 yards overall offense, that was the fifth highest value in the history of ‘Stanford’.

Read Richest Footballers clubs in the world

 In 2010, he was named the Orange Bowl Most Valuable Player as Stanford beat Virginia Tech 40:12, with Luck throwing 4 touchdown passes. He was voted into the “All-Pac-10 First Team” and named “Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year”. With his 3,791 yards overall offensive and 32 touchdown passes, he broke many previous records in the season.

 For his game against Arizona and California he was voted “Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Week”. After the 2010 season, he was considered number one for the “NFL Draft” 2011. However, Luck stated that he would complete his degree at “Stanford”. 

In 2011 he improved the ranking of “Stanford” to seventh place and secured a place in the “Fiesta Bowl”. He was the fourth player to be a finalist in the Heisman Trophy for two years in a row. Luck won the “Maxwell Award” and the “Walter Camp Player of the Year Award.” For the second time he garnered the “Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year”. -12 ‘for the second time in a row. He broke Stanford’s previous records and his own records in game statistics.

 In 2011 he also received the “Academic All-America of the Year” award. Due to his excellent performance in the past season, Luck was considered number one for the “NFL Draft” 2012. He was selected by the “Indianapolis Colts” as the first in the overall standings.

Advertisement

During the 2012 season, he had the highest number of wins (eight) from a rookie quarterback, the first overall to be drafted in NFL history. In December 2012, Luck hit the season’s total overtaking yards of 4,183, breaking the record for the highest number of overtaking yards in a season by a rookie (the previous record was 4,051). 

In the 2013 season, he hit a 14-6 record in his first 20 games, matching the previous record for John Elway (a quarterback who was selected first overall). He helped the “Colts” to a 23: 7 win in a match against the “Kansas City Chiefs.” In January 2014, he led the “Colts” again in a playoff game against the “Kansas City Chiefs” after falling behind of 28 points. This game was recorded as the number one game of 2013 on the ‘NFL’ site. He also helped the team achieve the division title “AFC South”.

Awards and Recognitions 

In 2011 Andrew Luck received awards and honors such as the “Maxwell Award”, the “Walter Camp Player of the Year Award”, the “Academic All-America of the Year” and the “Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year”.

 He was runner-up in the “Heisman Trophy” for two years and was appointed to the “All-Pac-12 First Team”. During his professional career he set many new records. He was elected to the “Pro Bowl” for three years in a row from 2012 to 2014 and was named “AFC Offensive Player of the Week” during these three years. Luck was the 2014 NFL Passing Touchdowns Leader. In November 2014 he was voted “AFC Offensive Player of the Month”. He has also set a number of records throughout his college football career.

Career Highlights 

  • NFL Comeback Player of the Year (2018)
  • 4× Pro Bowl (2012–2014, 2018)
  • NFL passing touchdowns leader (2014)
  • Maxwell Award (2011)
  • Walter Camp Award (2011)
  • Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award (2011)
  • 2× Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year (2010, 2011)
  • 2× First-team All-American (2010, 2011)
  • 2× First-team All-Pac-12 (2010, 2011)
  • NFL records
  • Most passing yards by a rookie quarterback (4,374) 

Career NFL statistics

  • TD–INT: 171–83
  • Completion percentage: 60.8
  • Passing yards: 23,671
  • Passer rating: 89.5
  • Rushing yards: 1,590
  • Rushing touchdowns: 14

Endorsements

In March 2012, Nike, Inc. signed Luck to its roster of athletes.

In September 2013, Luck became a partner and investor in BodyArmor SuperDrink

Andrew Luck Net Worth

Andrew Luck has risen to become one of the most feared quarterbacks in the NFL. He currently has an estimated net worth of $40 million. 

Source: glusea

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

You may also like