Jon Gruden was an NFL head coach for a decade, he won a Super Bowl with the Tampa Bay Bucaneers, and he’s currently the color commentator for ESPN’s “Monday Night Football.” What he’s perhaps most known for, though, is his quarterback coaching ability.
Each spring, the top quarterback prospects for the upcoming NFL Draft visit Gruden’s “QB Camp,” which features the former college signal caller grilling the hopeful top picks about every aspect of the game.
Gruden took his coaching ability to Tennessee this weekend.
When THE John Gruden tells you Great Work on the training you’ve put in with your QB!! I couldn’t be more happy! pic.twitter.com/2IEktq3pB1
— La’Sean Johnson (@GatorBoi3000) June 7, 2014
Perfect day in Tennessee with the best coach john gruden pic.twitter.com/QNpuwiAiFs
— june 7th (@imThatDUDE_BM) June 7, 2014
— Ryan Johnson (@ryancj96) June 7, 2014
Tennessee was hosting a QB camp at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, open to rising high school freshmen to junior college sophomores.