Robert Griffin III Socks: Newest Washington Redskins Star Unveils Draft Day Look
Robert Griffin III gets it. From the top of his head to the tips of his snazzy socks, the man exudes swagger. The Washington Redskins' newest superstar will unveil his draft-day pair of socks that will be the talk of the town.
We all know to expect it.
RG3 has a pair of jazzy socks for every circumstance. If Willie Mays Hayes had his batting gloves, Griffin has his socks for every situation.
The bright lights of Radio City Music Hall saw some of the best to date.
CNBC's Darren Rovell tweeted what Griffin might be wearing under his baby blue suit.
Griffin comes in with a mountain level of hype. He is a quarterback blessed with speed and a cannon of an arm.
Here is the video of Robert Griffin III displaying the hot red and gold of the Washington Redskins.
He proved last season that he has the accuracy to rival the best in the sport, making him a top pick in the draft.
Not that I care about any of that, because socks.
It's now a close race as to which socks reign supreme. There are the Superman ones that came fully equipped with a cape, making them hilarious and functional.
Then, of course, there are the Barney socks, which take us back years to our childhood.
When you mix together RG3's swagger, charisma and talent, he instantly becomes my favorite NFL player well before he ever plays a single game.
If you love these super smooth socks from Adidas, the company has more information at their Facebook page.
They are described as:
RGIII's adidas Team Speed socks are in Washington's burgundy and gold
colorway and feature Robert's favorite motto, "Go Catch Your Dream."
I would expect a great many Redskins fans that are off and running to go catch their dreams. At the very least, a pair of these snazzy socks that would show off every last drop of team support.
The Redskins just drafted a great quarterback with immense swagger.
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