For those with any doubts about Luck vs. RG3, I present to you Gruden's QB camp. At Luck's camp, they talked about strategy, systems, and technique, while at RG3's they talk about how fast he is, how he celebrates, and what kind of socks he wears. While I like Griffin, this clearly presents Andrew Luck as the No. 1 overall QB.
A snippet of Jon Gruden's ESPN special with Terrelle Pryor. Full video of the interview should surface at some point, but the 2-minute clip gives some insight into the Ohio State offense. Not included in the clip was an entertaining section where Pryor broke down a pair of complementary plays in the Ohio State offense, an iso run and a double-post pass that Pryor often switched between. From watching Pryor's mannerisms and dialogue, I'm reminded that he's basically a goofy kid with a lot of talent. I really do believe he has the skills to be an NFL quarterback, but his maturity will be the biggest negative when teams consider drafting him. He needs to sit two, three, even four, years before starting in the NFL, and he needs to be selected by a stable organization with patience.
I'm sure this has probably been posted before and viewed ad nauseum, but for anyone who hadn't seen it (like me!), here is Jon Gruden's QB camp segment with the Broncos' new QB, Tim Tebow. This segment appears to be different than the one posted last week. Good stuff.