Video: Robert Griffin III on the 'Tonight Show'

Emblazoned with Adidas gear, Washington Redskins rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III charmed on the Tonight Show Thursday.

Griffin began his interview by saluting the military and discussing his past. That was quickly followed by some intense sock discussion. Cookie Monster socks, apparently, signify one is hungry for victory. Griffin also poked fun at lead guest Hugh Laurie and explained his storybook proposal at Baylor's practice facility. He then beatboxed like an old-school rap star. That clinched it. If it wasn't obvious before, Robert Griffin III appears to be without flaw. As human beings, we have reached our peak, and it's RG3.

Lets quickly go through the checklist:

Million dollar smile: Check

Million dollar arm: Check

Million dollar paycheck: Uh, check

Sponsor appeasement: Check

Get everyday housewives to fall in love based on your proposal story: Check

Make nerdy NFL Draft writers jealous: Check

(Watch part 2 here) For more on the Washington Redskins, check out Hogs Haven.

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