Monday Night Football analyst Jon Gruden returns for another season of SportsCenter Special: Gruden’s QB Camp, featuring Gruden in one-on-one training sessions with the top NFL Draft quarterback prospects. Gruden visits with the quarterback expected to be taken by the Indianapolis Colts with the first overall pick, Stanford’s Andrew Luck, in the first episode airing Friday, March 30, at 7pm ET on ESPN.
On Monday, April 2, at 9pm ET on ESPN, Gruden’s QB Camp takes a look at Heisman Trophy winning Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III. Future installments on ESPNU include sessions with Brock Osweiler, Russell Wilson, Kellen Moore, Kirk Cousins, Case Keenum and Brandon Weeden. Schedule and full release from ESPN below:
Gruden’s QB Camp Kicks Off with Andrew Luck Special on Friday
The third season of SportsCenter Special: Gruden’s QB Camp debuts Friday, March 30, at 7 p.m. on ESPN with a 30-minute show highlighting Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck, the projected No. 1 pick in the upcoming NFL Draft. ESPN’s inside-the-film room series with Monday Night Football analyst Jon Gruden continues Monday, April 2, at 9 p.m. with Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Robert Griffin III of Baylor.
In all, Gruden is conducting one-on-one QB Camp sessions with 10 top quarterback prospects in advance of the NFL Draft. Each quarterback has a 30-minute show that will air on ESPNU, and all the quarterbacks will be featured in a one-hour ESPN special on Thursday, April 19. QB Camp content will also be used across a variety of ESPN’s multimedia platforms through the 2012 NFL Draft.
ESPN Front Row offers a video preview of the Luck special, as well as a podcast interview with vice president of production Jay Rothman, who oversees the QB Camp series.
Gruden’s QB Camp Schedule
March 30, 7pm ET — Andrew Luck, ESPN
April 2, 9pm ET — Robert Griffin III, ESPN
April 9, 5:30pm ET — Brock Osweiler, ESPNU
April 11, 5pm ET — Russell Wilson, ESPNU
April 12, 5pm ET — Kellen Moore, ESPNU
April 16, 5pm ET — Kirk Cousins, ESPNU
April 17, 5pm ET — Case Keenum, ESPNU
April 18, 8:30pm ET — Brandon Weeden, ESPNU
April 19, 7pm ET — Gruden’s QB Camp (1 hour), ESPN
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