In the video above, Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III discusses NCAA women’s basketball’s most dominant player, Brittney Griner, on his visit to Gruden’s QB Camp.
RGIII’s episode will air on ESPN on Monday, April 2 at 9 p.m.
In an NCAA Women’s Final Four semifinal, Griner will lead her undefeated Bears against the Stanford Cardinal on Sunday, April 1 at 8:30 p.m. on ESPN.
* Do you think you know where the top quarterbacks in the NFL draft will end up? Want to know who your team might be interested in selecting? Gruden’s QB Camp dissects 10 of the top QB’s in the country to give us all some more insight on the minds and skills of the next wave of signal callers.
* ESPN is recognizing the 40th anniversary of Title IX. For the next three months, espnW will drive related content across multiple platforms with a mix of in-depth feature stories, first-person athlete perspectives, a series of compelling and informative lists of nine and more.
* In former national champion coach Carolyn Peck and Olympic gold medalist Kara Lawson, ESPN has two of the sport’s icons providing analysis of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Championships.
* ESPN is constantly building for the future. A perfect example is the company’s feature mentor program that started in 2009. The purpose of the program is to match a Feature Producer mentor with Production Assistants and Associate Producers who have an interest in long form storytelling and the desire to learn as much as possible about Feature Production.
* In the video below, see 5-foot, 9-inch James Justice from Martin Methodist College win the NCAA Dunk contest with this incredible between-the-legs slam. This ranked as the No. 1 play on SportsCenter‘s Top 10.