Where Did RG3 Go To College?
Who The Hell Is RG3?
Well RG3, despite your first guess, isn’t the gay gold-plated personal assistant robot from Star Wars. That my friend is C3PO @__@... So who is this guy getting all this buzz. Allow me to explain.
Robert Griffin III (RG3) is an American football quarterback for the Washington Redskins.
Griffin was born in Japan on February 12, 1990 where his parents, Robert Jr. and Jacqueline, both U.S. Army sergeants, were stationed. The family later lived at Fort Lewis near Tacoma, Washington, and then moved to New Orleans, Louisiana, before finally settling in Copperas Cove, Texas in 1997.
He was selected by the Redskins with the second pick of the 2012 NFL Draft.Qarterback Robert Griffin III was drafted by the Washington Redskins in the 2012-2013 NFL Draft.
Where Did RG3 Go To College? What Position Did RG3 Play In College?
He played college football for Baylor University where he was the starting quarterback.
What Did RG3 Study In Undergrad?
Griffin graduated in three years with a degree in political science and a 3.67 GPA, while appearing on the Dean’s List twice.During his final year of college sports eligibility, he was studying for a master’s degree.
What Is RG3 Getting His Masters In?
Griffin needed only three years to complete his bachelor’s degree in political science at Baylor and immediately began working on his master’s in communications. Griffin before the draft explained that all he needs to complete the degree is either a thesis paper or a film. He said he’ll likely go the film route and explained the project in an interview with the Washington Post.
What Are RG3’s Future Projects?
According to the Washington Post “It’s something called mixed reality.”
Griffin says his film will focus on using mixed reality in football. He envisions a training scenario in which an athlete can go into an indoor facility and line up alongside 10 “projected” teammates, facing a “projected” defense.
“Say I want to go against Ravens defense,” Griffin said, “I can type in ‘Ravens’ defense,’ and boom, I’ve got 11 animated Ravens defensive players. …actual 3-D images of guys, where you can see them coming at you, a more real-life feeling.”
The technology exists and plenty of people are working in this area, but Griffin says it would take a lot of money for it to gain widespread use in the football world. It’s at least five or 10 years away, he predicts.
His final project would be a film that focuses on the possibilities. Griffin envisions a coaching environment that can change how Xs and Os are taught.
It’d be like stepping inside a Madden video game. Griffin has other things to focus on now — like the Redskins’ playbook, for example — but he says he hopes to finish his master’s degree in the coming year.
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Maximillian Garland| Bright Futura Columnist