Found December 16, 2011 on Cleveland ScoresReport:
Baylor University quarterback Robert Griffin III, shown here playing against Texas Tech on November 26, 2011, was announced as the recipient of the 77th Heisman Memorial Trophy on December 10, 2011 at the Best Buy Theater in New York City. Griffin becomes the first Baylor player ever to win college football’s most prestigious award. (UPI Photo/Ian Halperin) With a disappointing season winding down and with Mike Holmgren and Tom Heckert unwilling to say definitively that Colt McCoy with be the guy next season, Browns fans are starting to think about the draft, and all the buzz seems to be around Robert Griffin III. The kid has a great arm, he’s smart and has excellent character. He’s also a dual threat and came out of nowhere to win the Heisman this year. Now he’s rocketing up draft boards. One key to his draft status will be his height. He’s listed as 6′ 2″ so we’ll need to see his actual height when he goes to the NFL combine. We’ve seen with Colt and others that size can be cr...
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