Also, since you're making your observations of individual physical ability based off samples which come from observing these players playing football, and therefore playing as parts of an offensive system and depending on other players, your observations are inherently tainted by something as simple as an offensive coordinator's desire to showcase a player's ability in one area vs. another. We run RG3 all the time. Michael Vick, as many will remember from the Falcons was probably every bit as fast and elusive as RG3, only Andy Reid has decided not to allow Vick to get killed by doing designed runs (but rather having him sit stationary behind a terrible offensive line). Andy Reid has not been showcasing Michael Vick's running ability, and as a result, if your sample on Vick is from the past 2-3 years one might conclude that he is a 2-3 in running threat and extending a play, even though his actual physical ability is much higher. Maybe a player's sample comes from the west coast offense and even though they have a deep arm like Jeff George, they're not really showcasing that fact because they're good on short completions and YAC as part of their philosophy, therefore he gets a 4 in deep throws because you don't see it very often, therefore he must not do it all that well, right?
This is all so subjective and none of it has any application which is helpful in predicting or discussing anything of importance. It is merely a thread for us all to read and gawk at how good RG3 is in every number of areas. We don't need a chart to prove that.