Robert Griffin III knows a thing or two about being a QB. Griffin won a Heisman his senior year at Baylor, and was selected second overall in the 2012 Draft.

After several seasons in the NFL with teams like the Redskins and Ravens, Griffin became a free agent turned ESPN analyst and sportscaster.

Griffin has apparently brought his flair for the dramatics from the field to his analysis, dropping an unusual video Wednesday. The former QB named his Heisman front-runner picks, some of which were odd, to say the least. Griffin named Tennessee’s Hendon Hooker, Michigan’s Blake Corum, TCU’s Max Duggan, Ohio State’s CJ Stroud, UNC’s Drake Maye, and Jackson State’s Shedeur Sanders as the top contenders for the Heisman, in his opinion.

Notably absent from Griffin’s list is Alabama QB Bryce Young, who is very much in contention according to some experts.

We’ll see how Griffin’s predictions shake out heading into Week 10.