Robert Griffin III learned early that he was destined to 'change the world of sports'
"WACO, Texas – The holy man raised his hands over the children that night. And he closed his eyes and prayed for them until at last Bishop Nate Holcomb reached the 10-year-old boy whose parents had joined the church three years before. And as Holcomb placed his palm on the head of young Robert Griffin III, he felt a surge he's never been able to adequately describe.
"The hand of God is upon him," he told the boy's parents. "And God wants to shoot him as an arrow from his quiver."
Then the pastor, who didn't much follow sports, had a vision.
"He will do it through athletics," he said........"