VIDEO: Robert Giffin III Joins Jay Leno On 'The Tonight Show', Beatboxes

Football fans are no stranger to Robert Griffin III. Rarely has there been a prime time event related to the sport in last six months that has not included RG3. On Thursday night, the Washington Redskins' rookie quarterback took his talents to a wider audience, making an appearance on NBC's Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

Needless to say, he was his usual self, charming and accessible. He upstaged House star Hugh Laurie, but did offer the English actor and the host some tips on socks as well as presenting each with their own pair.

Griffin covered a wide range of topics in the interview, including his military upbringing, his fiancee and challenging President Obama to a game of basketball. He even talked about football.

But the highlight of the interview was a beatbox performance, complete with tips for viewers interested in doing a little beatboxing themselves.

Here's the full interview with RG3. The beatboxing happens at the end. Hog Haven has individual clips from Griffin's appearance.

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