Griffin III has his stock on the rise
Anyone who watched Baylor's epic 45-38 win over Oklahoma knows why Bears QB Robert Griffin III is in the middle of the Heisman Trophy debate. His 34-yard, game-winning touchdown pass to WR Terrance Williams with eight seconds left is left is the stuff of legend -- and just one of many big plays Griffin has made this season.
Given his impressive performance in 2011, it should also come as no surprise that Griffin projects as second-round prospect for the 2012 NFL draft should be make himself eligible. There's even a chance he could sneak into the later part of the first round with a good showing during the pre-draft process.
Let's take a closer look at his game against Oklahoma from a scouting perspective to get a feel for just what makes Griffin so good.
The categories listed below are the four position-specific areas in which we at Scouts Inc. grade quarterback prospects, and are graded on a 1-5 basis with 1 being the highest. The grades reflect Griffin's current overall standing in each category, not simply his performance against Oklahoma.
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