The team has made it obvious in its plans to draft Griffin, and team owner Daniel Snyder and head coach Mike Shanahan were among the attendees for the dazzling performance.
(Of course, Snyder and Shanahan made sure to eat a meal at Waco's finest Hooters before heading out to see Griffin.)
Regardless, NFL scouts, reporters and Redskins' management were impressed by Griffin's showing.
As the Washington Post's Mike Jones reported, "Griffin again showed his potential as an elite level quarterback with an accurate arm and great mobility."
Jones said Griffin threw 78 passes, "completing all but four of them, and showed good range during the workout."
NFL analyst Ron Jaworski appeared on ESPN Radio following the workout and couldn't help but gush about Griffin.
"The mechanics, the quickness, the drop, the release, the accuracy, the touch, the firm throws, the zip throws, the screen throws, the checkdowns. Everything was to perfection ... It looks like it'll be the Washington Redskins that get him, and Mike Shanahan and Kyle Shanahan, they left there with big smiles on their face," Jaworski said.
After his workout, Griffin spoke to the media. "The owner's great. Mike Shanahan is as good as advertised, and his son is stepping up and doing a lot in D.C., for that team. If it happens to be me, they've definitely shown me that I can get along with them, keep it light, but when it's time to get serious, get serious," he said.
Though the Redskins had already essentially committed to drafting Griffin no matter what he looked like on his pro day, it's great to hear that he appeared to be worth the three first-round and a second-round draft pick that it cost for Washington to secure their guy.