The parents of Heisman Trophy-winning Baylor Bears quarterback Robert Griffin III are interviewing agents on his behalf, suggesting that he will declare himself eligible for the NFL draft, according to Yahoo! Sports.
Griffin is a junior and has not publicly stated his intentions following the Alamo Bowl, which pits Baylor against the Washington Huskies on December 29.
While Andrew Luck has spent most of the season as the talk of the impending NFL Draft, Griffin's stock has soared thanks to a season that included 3,998 yards, 36 touchdowns and only six interceptions. He also led lowly Baylor to a 9-3 record, their first win over Oklahoma in program history and a solid bowl game. And he capped it all off by beating out Luck and everyone else for the Heisman Trophy.
Multiple sources and NFL executives has said that Griffin will be a first-round pick.