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Robert Griffin III
Robert Griffin III
Position: QB School: Baylor Height: 6’2″ Weight: 220 lbs Class: RS-Junior 40 time: N/A All-Star Game: No Team Captain: Yes Draft Projection: Top Five Pick
Griffin is a redshirt junior quarterback. He has started for Baylor since his true freshman season (winning the Big-12 Conference Freshman of the Year Award), and accrued his redshirt after tearing an ACL early in his sophomore campaign. The 2011 Heisman Trophy winner is accredited with bringing the Baylor program into the national spotlight, culminating in a 10-3 record this season. Griffin is a dangerous quarterback – capable of blowing the top of the defense with uncanny deep ball accuracy. He’s a fantastic athlete with a slight frame that has not been completely filled out. Has taken huge steps forward each year in his development, even when recovering from injury. He projects to be a top Keep Reading…
After much deliberation, one of college football’s most intriguing prospects has decided to go pro.
According to multiple reports, Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III has opted to forgo his senior season with the Bears and will petition to enter the 2012 NFL Draft.
The 2011 Heisman Trophy winner, Griffin is considered a top-10 pick who could potential go within the first two or three picks.
Now that the dual-threat quarterback has declared himself eligible for the 2012 NFL Draft, the No. 2 pick (currently held by the St. Louis Rams) becomes much more valuable as teams will seek to land the play-making gunslinger. With a number of quarterback-needy teams near the top of the draft, the Rams will be expecting a king’s ransom in return for their spot in line.
Although Griffin’s draft stock will certainly fluctuate as predraft workouts begin, it’s unlikely that he’ll Keep Reading…
With the end of the college football season comes the anticipation of finding out which underclassmen declare for the draft and which ones decide to return to school for another year.
The deadline for underclassmen to declare for the 2012 NFL Draft is Jan. 15. So until then, check back here for continuous updates on who has declared.
Robert Griffin III, Baylor (1st) Andrew Luck, Stanford (1st) Brock Osweiler, Arizona State (2nd-3rd) Darron Thomas, Oregon (5th-6th) Barrett Trotter, Auburn (6th-UDFA)
Alvester Alexander, Wyoming (6th-UDFA) Edwin Baker, Michigan State (6th-7th) Mike Ball, Nevada (7th-UDFA) Jamison Berryhill (6th-UDFA) Bryce Brown (5th-7th) Jewel Hampton, Southern Illinois (6th-UDFA) Ronnie Hillman, San Diego State (3rd-5th) LaMichael James, Oregon (2nd-3rd) Lamar Miller, Miami (1st-2nd) Bernard Pierce, Temple (3rd-4th) Trent Richardson, Alabama (1st) Darrell Scott, USF (4th-6th) Robert Turbin, Utah State (4th-6th) David Wilson, Virginia Tech (2nd)
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The 2011 NFL regular season has come to an end and the 2012 NFL Draft first-round order is beginning to take shape.
As of right now, the first 20 selections have already been matched with their corresponding team based on final regular season records.
Let the early-to-mid-round mocking begin!
1. Indianapolis Colts (2-14) 2. St. Louis Rams (2-14) 3. Minnesota Vikings (3-13) 4. Cleveland Browns (4-12) 5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (4-12) 6. Washington Redskins (5-11) 7. Jacksonville Jaguars (5-11) 8. Carolina Panthers (6-10)* 9. Miami Dolphins (6-10)* 10. Buffalo Bills (6-10) 11. Seattle Seahawks (7-9)* 12. Kansas City Chiefs (7-9)* 13. Philadelphia Eagles (8-8) 14. New York Jets (8-8) 15. Arizona Cardinals (8-8) 16. San Diego Chargers (8-8) 17. Cincinnati Bengals (from Oakland Raiders, 8-8) 18. Chicago Bears (8-8) 19. Dallas Cowboys (8-8) 20. Tennessee Titans (9-7) 21. Denver Broncos (8-8)** 22. Cincinnati Bengals (9-7)** 23. New Keep Reading…