LAKE OSWEGO, Ore. -- The Elite 11 finalist quarterbacks arrived in Oregon on Sunday ready to start their journey. All but two of the 18 quarterbacks are committed, which means the majority of the signal-callers will be recruiting other prospects at The Opening.
about 1534 days ago | Tom VanHaaren | NCF On The Trail
The Elite 11 finals begins on July 5, with 18 of the top quarterbacks from across the country set to compete for the final 11 spots. As the date approaches, the quarterbacks are already starting to practice, learn the playbooks and maybe even show off a little.
about 1538 days ago | Tom VanHaaren | NCF On The Trail
The last invite to the Elite 11 finals was handed out Monday when Penn State quarterback commit Jake Zembiec was announced on Twitter. Zembiec will be joined by 17 other quarterbacks in Oregon on July 5 in a five-day competition to name the final Elite 11.
about 1554 days ago | Tom VanHaaren | NCF On The Trail
The Sound Mind Sound Body camp in Detroit is always one of the more talked about events, because it offers both prospects and coaches a unique experience unlike most camps. College coaches are able to attend and coach at the event, which allows them to see a lot of their targets up close and personal.
about 1560 days ago | Tom VanHaaren | NCF On The Trail
Thirty of the nation's top quarterbacks were in Los Angeles this past weekend for the inaugural Elite 11 Semifinals. Eight of the signal-callers had already punched their tickets to the Elite 11 Finals, to be held July 5-10 at Nike Headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon, but that number ballooned to 12 following the three-day semifinals.
about 1562 days ago | Erik McKinney | NCF On The Trail
The Spartans are really starting to capitalize on the success they've seen on the field with this recruiting class. With 13 commitments already on board and the chance to land a few big pieces in the near future, this class could be coach Mark Dantonio's highest ranked at Michigan State.
about 1574 days ago | Tom VanHaaren | NCF On The Trail
A ton of the top athletes in the Midwest came out to The Opening regional camp in Chicago on Sunday. With so many prospects in one place there were a few recruiting trends that stood out from the event.
about 1596 days ago | Tom VanHaaren | NCF On The Trail
The Opening regional camp in Chicago brought out some of the best talent in the Midwest. Prospects from all over came out to compete, hoping to earn an invite to The Opening. Here is a look at some of the prospects in attendance and how they did throughout the day.
about 1597 days ago | Tom Van Haaren | NCF On The Trail
Hunter Rison has a unique advantage that most recruits don't have. The 2017 receiver happens to live with a former NFL wideout: his father, Andre Rison. The younger Rison moved in December to Michigan from Arizona to live with his father and to start really learning the game of football.
about 1597 days ago | Tom VanHaaren | NCF On The Trail