According to a report from a University of South Florida blog from TampaBay.com, former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor went through a six hour film session with former Bucs head coach Jon Gruden as well as an on-field workout with some of Gruden’s sons and USF players for his ESPN special “Gruden’s QB Camp.”
Gruden declined interview requests and Pryor was pretty mum on his status, but he did offer some praise for Gruden and the whole process:
“There’s too much to learn from him. I enjoyed the time,” Pryor said. “He’s a great coach and a great mentor. I’m just trying to get better.”
Being put on Gruden’s QB camp will certainly be a bit of image rehab for Pryor, who is viewed as nothing less than a villain to the Ohio State football program right now. The mass of NFL and sports fans in general seeing him on Gruden camp will really help him out as far as PR goes, provided he doesn’t make himself look like a complete jerk on camera.
Pryor would not go into detail about his intentions for the supplemental draft, offering only that he has a lot of preparing to do.