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Marcus Lattimore will appear on Jon Gruden's QB Camp

COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) -

Attention Jon Gruden fans: ESPN announced Thursday that former South Carolina running back Marcus Lattimore will appear on Gruden's QB Camp just before the 2013 NFL Draft.

Gruden's series of specials usually features the top quarterback picks in the draft, but Gruden and ESPN have decided to air specials with three non-quarterbacks this season on top of the usual gallery of would-be NFL quarterbacks.

Lattimore, along with Notre Dame's Manti Te'o and Texas A&M's Luke Joeckle, have been chosen to appear.

Expect Gruden to mention Spider 2 Y Banana once or twice during these specials, as the ex-coach's lexicon of nonsensical football lingo has become part of his charm.

Lattimore declared for the draft at the end of the 2012 season after suffering from a second knee injury that ended his career with at South Carolina.

The NFL Draft is April 25. While Lattimore's special does not have a specific date and air time just yet, Gruden's QB Camp starts Thursday, April 4 at 8:30 p.m. on ESPN2.

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