Gruden's takeaways on QBs Joshua Dobbs, Nathan Peterman

Best of Dobbs at Gruden's QB Camp (3:29)

Check out some of the highlights of Joshua Dobbs' time learning from Jon Gruden. (3:29)

ESPN NFL Insider Mike Sando went to Orlando, Florida, to watch Jon Gruden's QB Camp tapings with seven draft-eligible quarterbacks. Below, Sando has written up Gruden's biggest takeaways from the interviews and throwing sessions, in Gruden's voice.

The final prospects in the spotlight are Pitt's Nathan Peterman and Tennessee's Joshua Dobbs, who both could be picked on Day 2 of the draft.

Catch the SportsCenter TV special on Peterman on Sunday, April 22, at 10 a.m. ET on ESPN2 and WatchESPN. Click here to see when the special on Peterman is scheduled to re-air.

Five takeaways on Nathan Peterman

1. Peterman is the draft's most pro-ready QB

Peterman is ready to walk in and be a contributor from day one. He just looks like a pro quarterback -- coming out of the huddle, running an offense with different formations, shifting, motioning, different patterns that other colleges don't run.

Peterman will recognize route combinations and associate formations. Most importantly, he will be able to get in a huddle from day one and look at 10 grown men and tell them where to go and what to do and handle a versatile snap count. He has a vast amount of experience, not only in running different offenses but dealing with a lot of different teammates in the huddle.