I've been critical of Griffin as a legitimate QB prospect in the NFL. A lot of folks on this board are enamored with his guady numbers (although he's been coming back to Earth the past few weeks), intelligence and athletic ability. My take on him remains the same. He's a great college QB but not anything close to an elite NFL prospect. The type of game he's playing at Baylor does not easily translate well to the NFL. He operates primarily in a shotgun spread/option set which involves quick throws, bubble screens and very little reading of coverages, or locating 2nd/3rd route options. He seemingly adequate arm and delivery, but is a bit deliberate and mechanical in his setup. I recorded his last game against Oklahoma State. His numbers on paper look pretty impressive: 33 for 50, 425 yards, 1 TD, 2 INTs However, what those numbers don't tell you is that by my count 21 to 23 (perhaps more...) of those throws went for three yards or less, in some form or iteration of a bubble screen to his wide receivers. It was laughable. So much so that even the broadcaster said that they should pass a rule limiting the amount of times a team can run a bubble screen. What is attracting to me about RGIII is his intelligence. I give him the benefit of the doubt to figure a real NFL level offensive scheme out. However, I don't think he's a potential Top 10 pick, nor am I even sure he's a definite 1st rounder. How about you?