Redskins Rookie Robert Griffin III Scores a Perfect 10 in NFL Combine QB Tests

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Redskins Rookie Robert Griffin III Scores a Perfect 10 in NFL Combine QB Tests
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Robert Griffin III dazzles even his critics as he continues to exceed expectations and re-write the NFL rookie record book.

Every February in Indianapolis, NFL owners, coaches and scouts gather and eagerly await the "Invite Only" college athletes who dream of a future as an NFL starter.  

Those invited have an opportunity to showcase their talent, speed, ability as well as agility in front of prospective league elite.

RG3 was an exception in the 2012 NFL Combine. He went. He ran. He chose not to throw. Many speculated that he did not want to have his NFL future and prospects to literally lie in the hands of unknown, pre-selected receivers.  

Fast forward to his awe-inspiring, weekly display of raw talent that has vaulted him to the top of the list for the "2012 NFL Rookie of the Year" award and recognition.  Did he make the right decision by declining to participate?  The Redskins certainly don't think so.

There are seven categories that NFL scouts have consistently used as a grading scale for QBs eligible for the draft. They consist of:  

Accuracy

Arm Strength

Athleticism/Mobility

Decision-making

Field Vision

Mechanics

Pocket Presence

The following slideshow is an analysis of RG3 and his performance so far this 2012 season.  In MY estimation he has scored a perfect 10 in all categories. 

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