The finalists were announced on Monday for one of the best high school football competitions in the country, the Elite 11
High school football recruiting has grown to new heights over the years, and we especially pay attention to the quarterback position. With this, we’ve been given the Elite 11 competition, which each and every year showcases the best of the best in regards to signal callers that are looking to make their mark on college football beginning next season.
This year the competition should be as exciting as ever, and on Monday we were given the full list of campers that will be taking part in the Elite 11.
All of these finalists have made a nice name for themselves nationally at the high school level and now they’ll be shown in front of the entire country as they try to best one another. Some of the best quarterbacks of the collegiate ranks in recent years have come through the Elite 11, including the most recent No. 1 overall NFL Draft pick Jameis Winston, who actually won the whole thing.
Out of all these finalists, the most eyes will probably be on Malik Henry, who’s committed to Florida State in hopes of becoming the next Jameis Winston.
Then, of course, there’s Brandon Peters, whom some are already looking at to become the first great Michigan quarterback under the direction of Jim Harbaugh down the road.
Who do you think will come out as the winner out of this group in the 2015 Elite 11? Also, who will end up having the most successful college career coming up? Let us know in the comments below.
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