Robert Griffin III Earns AP Player of the Year Honors
The Robert Griffin III love-train keeps rolling as the Heisman-winning quarterback from Baylor has been named Player of the Year by the Associated Press, according to NBC College Football Talk. Griffin received 43 of 56 votes.
Just as Griffin was the first Baylor athlete to ever be awarded the Heisman trophy, he is also the first athlete to win the AP honor from Baylor as well.
Too bad for Baylor University that they can’t capitalize on the young star’s success for another season, but with all of this success, Griffin would be a fool not to come out for the draft right now.
Was Robert Griffin III the Best QB in College Football this Season?
There will never be a point in Griffin’s college career—if he does go back for one last season—where he will be as highly touted as he is right now. Teams will be falling over themselves trying to draft the young star.
While the NFL’s rookie wage scale has changed the way things are done, Griffin will get paid more if he gets picked at No. 10 this season instead of No. 25 next season.
With over 4,500 yards of complete offense this season and 45 total touchdowns, Griffin deserved the Heisman Trophy, and he most certainly deserves the AP honor. With all of that said, he needs to capitalize on the open-mindedness that Tim Tebow has brought to the NFL.
The idea of Tebow and Griffin being compared is fine, but I see the Baylor star as more of a Michael Vick instead of Tebow. The ability to run when needed, and the success of mobile quarterbacks opens the door for Griffin to be taken much higher in the draft than many anticipated.
Griffin has proved he is a star, now the awards are proving that he is legitimate.
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