While the top of the NFL Draft is pretty much set in stone with Andrew Luck at No. 1 to the Indianapolis Colts and Robert Griffin III at No. 32 Washington Redskins, the Baylor star put on a show in front of hundreds of scouts and media personnel at Baylor's Pro Day on Wednesday:
RG3 went 78 of 84.— Charean Williams (@NFLCharean) March 21, 2012
Griffin threw for about half-an-hour, showcasing his wide variety of skills rolling out of the pocket and launching balls all over the field. Of his six incomplete passes, four came on dropped balls from the Bears skill players.
More importantly, he took most of his snaps under center, as opposed to the shotgun he used in Baylor coach Art Briles' spread offense.
NFL personnel came away very impressed, ESPN's Ron Jaworski among them:
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