I realize that everyone thinks Robert Griffin is a future star but history tells us that it may be a struggle for him at the next level. First and foremost, he declared with eligibility remaining. More often than not, QBs who've declared early have fared poorly in the NFL. From what I've found, only Roethlisberger and Dilfer have been first rounders who've won Super Bowls after declaring. And while recent players like Stafford have skewed the curve upwards somewhat, the bust rate for QBs with eligibility remaining is startling. Think JeMarcus Russel size busts. Next, he's going to be the second pick in the draft. You have to go the whole way back to Joe Namath to find a Super Bowl winning QB who went number two overall. Rick Mirer and Ryan Leaf join Donovan McNabb on the list since the 80's. He also has the Heisman Trophy on his mantle. For every Carson Palmer, there are tons of Gino Torrettas, Jason Whites, and Danny Wuerffels. Lastly, he played against Arena League defenses in the Big 12. Actually, that's unfair to the Arena League because they've produced more quality NFL QBs since it's inception than the Big 12 has.