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2015 NFL DRAFT

Robert Griffin III, QB

School: Baylor  |  Conference: BIG12
College Experience: Junior  |  Hometown: Copperas Cove, TX
Height/Weight: 6-2 / 223 lbs.
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221

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04/29/2012 - While the 6-foot-2, 223-pound Griffin said he will have to work on the "verbiage" of Washington's West Coast offense, he added, that by the end of training camp, "it will be like reading the back of my hand. ... I'm a person that truly tries to lead by example. Sometimes I get tired talking about things because you want to just go do it. My dream has come true and it's up to me to figure out what I'm going to do." The ever-confident Griffin isn't concerned about adjusting from running Baylor's spread attack to a less option-based NFL offense. After working with former NFL assistant Terry Shea on his footwork, Griffin has already met with offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan for six hours to get a head start on learning the scheme that he'll begin trying to implement during the May 4-6 rookie minicamp at Redskins Park before he reports for full-time duty on May 14. "If you can play football in high school, you can be an elite college player," said Griffin, a self-described fast learner who finished Copperas Cove (Texas) High School and Baylor (political science degree) in three and a half years apiece and is working on his master's in communications. "If you're an elite college player, you can be an elite pro. I know I am a rookie, but I'm not go out and use that as an excuse. I'm gonna try to succeed. I'll savor the moment tonight. Tomorrow, I'll fly to D.C. and then we're ready to roll." - The Sports Xchange

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