March brings many annual rituals, including spring training, Madness, and mock drafts.
Carson Wentz recently took center stage at another big tradition, Jon Gruden's Quarterback Camp.
The first round draft prospect linked to the Browns spent time with the former NFL head coach and quarterback guru, diagramming plays, watching film, doing drills, and more.
The quarterback out of North Dakota State, an FCS school, has been at the center of a great deal of draft debate. Outlets such as Bleacher Report and USA TODAY have called Wentz a "developmental quarterback."
Gruden doesn't seem to agree.
Gruden on Carson Wentz: "I think he’s the most NFL ready QB we’ve had in the past couple of years." https://t.co/lsyEcVTl8P— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) March 14, 2016
Personally, I think Gruden is crazy. An FCS quarterback who played seven games last season is ready for the big-time? And more ready than Jameis Winston, Marcus Mariota, and Derek Carr?
Regardless, Wentz showed off his smarts in the film room with Gruden.
Gruden then worked with the young quarterback on his technique.
And then there's also this interesting tidbit. Sometimes, I think Gruden is a little bit nuts.
Have you ever wanted to watch Jon Gruden whip a 23-year-old with a pool noodle? It's your lucky day! https://t.co/S1I9TLqR3p— Dr Cork Gaines (@CorkGaines) March 14, 2016
Wentz seemed to like the experience, though, judging by the tweet he sent out Monday afternoon.
Had an awesome time with coach Gruden today! Love talking ball with someone as smart as he is! #passionate— Carson Wentz (@cj_wentz) March 14, 2016
Sounds like Wentz's trip to Gruden's quarterback camp was a positive experience for the first round prospect.
Now, the question shifts to: Will Wentz be a Cleveland Brown come April? We'll soon find out.