Former Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck and former Baylor QB and Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III will meet with the Washington Redskins several times between now and draft day, according to NFL.com.
“No different than any of the previous years,” said Redskins general manager Bruce Allen. “We send our coaches to college campus for player evaluations. In the coming weeks, we will be visiting some other colleges.”
NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said there are no rules against teams conducting multiple visits with prospects in their hometown or at their college.
Luck’s decision to work out for both the Redskins and the Indianapolis Colts stands in stark contrast to Griffin’s approach.
RG3 refused to take part in a private workout for the Colts and last week he was in Washington D.C. signing autographs for Redskins fans.
The Colts are zeroing in on Luck as the No. 1 draft pick and the Redskins are expected to draft RG3 as the No. 2 pick, but this is an important stage in the evaluation process.
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan has said he would be comfortable taking either quarterback in the draft.