The Eagles' moving up to the No. 2 pick in the 2016 NFL draft sent waves through the league. 

They're going to take one of the top-two quarterbacks: North Dakota State's Carson Wentz or Cal's Jared Goff.

Are both guys prepared for the pressure that comes with playing for a rabid fan base and answering to a tough group of reporters?

"Oh, that's the million dollar question," former NFL coach and Monday Night Football analyst Jon Gruden said during a conference call on Thursday. "That's something you're going to have to prove, no matter who you are, whether you're a player or a coach in the NFL, and especially in Philadelphia, given what the Eagles just gave up to get a player.

"But the one thing that stands out about Wentz is his off‑the‑field intangibles. He's a two‑time captain, he's a 4.0 GPA, he's a fifth‑year finishing senior, valedictorian in high school, very faith oriented. If anybody can stand the mental pressure that comes with playing in Philadelphia and withstand the physical pressure that it takes to play at a high level, it's Carson Wentz."

There are reports that Wentz is the player that Howie Roseman and Doug Pederson covet, but a lot can happen between now and next Thursday night. Gruden thinks Goff also has the right attitude to handle the demands of playing in Philadelphia too.

"In terms of Jared Goff, I don't know how you deal with pressure until you go out and prove it," Gruden said. "Some people feel pressure, some people don't. But I just thought Goff came across as an iceman. A guy that didn't feel any pressure, he applied pressure. Nothing bothered him."