Robert Griffin III lit up college football defenses in 2011 and as a result shot up NFL Draft boards to the point where it is unlikely he makes it past the tenth overall pick. With only Andrew Luck ahead of him as a quarterback prospect, there will be a host of teams interested in drafting the 2011 Heisman trophy winner.
The former Baylor Bear is one of the more intriguing quarterback prospects in recent years due to his prolific dual threat abilities. Which ever team drafts him will have hopes that Griffin can replicate the success that Carolina Panther quarterback Cam Newton had in his rookie year.
This slide show looks at the five most attractive landing spots for Griffin in the draft. These teams are evaluated on the likelihood that Griffin can be their opening day starter and the surrounding offensive talent.