LeFevour is the obvious candidate but more by default rather than because he really stood out. So if not him, who might we bring in as a developmental QB for Gruden's system?
Tony Pike was recently released by Carolina via an injury settlement (he didn't throw a pass in the preseason and recently had surgery on his injured throwing elbow). I'm guessing he's not yet ready for the gig even if on the PS.
Eric Weber (Minnesota '11) has been having a strong camp in Denver and was a solid pro-style QB in college. He doesn't have LeFevour's size nor would I say he's more athletic.
Sean Canfield (Oregon State '10) was on and off the Saints' PS last year. A year of Sean Peyton coaching should have helped but I doubt he'd switch teams for just a PS spot.
Tom Brandstater (Fresno State '09) could be worth a look. He's buried in Dallas behind Romo, Kitna and Stephen McGee. Although he's bounced around the league a lot (Denver, Indy, Miami, Dallas) he's a decent QB that still may be worth developing. Not sure though if he has PS eligibility left.