Elite 11 +1 heading to The Opening

high school football quarterbacks

After three days of competition at the Elite 11 finals in Los Angeles, twelve quarterbacks are advancing to The Opening later this month at Nike World Headquarters in Oregon.  Yes, the Elite 11 is actually 12.

Georgia has three QB’s heading to Oregon — Trevor Lawrence of Cartersville, Justin Fields of Harrison and Jarren Williams of Central Gwinnett.

The twelve quarterbacks will be competing at The Opening and quarterbacking the 7-on-7 teams, which will be made-up of the top players in the country.

Below are the quarterbacks that punched their tickets to Beaverton.

Elite 11 QBs

Trevor Lawrence – Cartersville HS, Georgia

Justin Fields – Harrison HS, Georgia

Matt Corral – Long Beach Poly HS, California

Matt Corral

Long Beach Poly QB Matt Corral working-out at March’s The Opening LA Regional.

Dorian Thompson-Robinson – Bishop Gorman HS, Nevada

Dorian Thompson-Robinson

Dorian Thompson-Robinson at March’s The Opening Regional in Los Angeles.

Tanner McKee – Corona Centennial HS, California

Devin Leary – Timber Creek HS, New Jersey

Jack Tuttle – Mission Hills HS, California

Tyler Shough – Hamilton HS, Arizona

Jarren Williams – Central Gwinnett HS, Georgia

Justin Rogers – Parkway HS, Louisiana

Quincy Patterson – Solorio Academy, Illinois

Cammon Cooper – Lehi HS, Utah

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Lehi quarterback Cammon Cooper at March’s The Opening LA Regional.

Related: Quarterbacks head to LA for Elite 11 finals

 

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