Leading up to the NFL draft, no player has caused more of a heated debate in the AFC North blog than Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
Some draft analysts, like ESPN's Todd McShay, believe the Cleveland Browns should consider taking Tannehill with the fourth overall pick because he has the potential to be a franchise quarterback. Others, like ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr., say Tannehill is overrated after making only 19 starts in college.
Here's another glimpse of Tannehill at Jon Gruden's quarterback camp. He talks about why he wanted to convert from wide receiver to quarterback in college and explains his progression reads in detail.
"Bottom line, when you look at the concepts of passes that you ran at A&M, you're going to be ready for a lot of NFL minicamps and training camps tonight," an impressed Gruden said.