This dual-threat quarterback can easily beat defenders with his legs, but because he thinks pass first, he's going to be a big star in the NFL.
It's a quarterback league, and when you have one as athletic as RGIII, your team is going to immediately get better.
With that said, here are three teams whose franchise would be saved if they landed Robert Griffin III.
The Redskins have a very realistic chance of landing RGIII with the sixth pick of the first round. However, there could be a team that trades up ahead of them to steal him away.
If Mike Shanahan wants to ensure his job status is fine, he needs to draft RGIII. Washington isn't a bad team, but horrible play from the QB is taking this team nowhere.
With a legitimate QB, the Redskins will definitely be able to contend in the tough NFC East. Rex Grossman and John Beck aren't going to cut it, which is why Washington has to get RGIII.
He may not be the style of QB Shanahan is used to, but there's no denying his ability to make plays and win games, and that's why the Redskins desperately need him.
With the fourth pick of the first round, the Browns have several options. The teams selecting before them don't need RGIII and aren't likely to trade back, so there should be no problem for Cleveland to select the former Baylor QB.
Sure, the Redskins could trade up to get him, but I don't see them doing it. They should, but they'll likely sit back and hope he falls there way.
Along with RGIII, Cleveland will be looking at Trent Richardson and Justin Blackmon with its first of two first-round picks. All would be great additions, but it's RGIII that is going to help this team the most.
There are still good receivers available at No. 22, Cleveland's second pick of the first round, meaning they should wait till then to get a wideout and just select RGIII at No. 4. Colt McCoy isn't cutting it, and RGIII could easily step in and upgrade the Browns in a major way.
At No. 9, the Dolphins are going to have to trade up to get RGIII, but it would be the smartest move they've made in years.
Miami already has offensive weapons for him to use, and is working on building a better offensive line. They might focus on defense with the No. 9 pick, but jumping up to fill their biggest need is the Dolphins best bet.
If the Dolphins wish to make the playoffs anytime soon, they have to upgrade at QB. Matt Moore did an OK job stepping in for Chad Henne, but he isn't the longtime answer.
RGIII would save the Dolphins by winning more games, and exciting the fan base so much they start supporting the team more.