Elite 11 field set

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Twenty-four quarterbacks will descend upon Los Angeles June 2-4 for the 2017 Elite 11 finals and the right to advance to The Opening at Nike World Headquarters in Oregon in early July.  The QB’s qualified for the finals by competing at one of 13 regionals around the country from February through May.

On Monday, the final five competitors were chose for the elite quarterback competition that began in 1999.  The final five heading to LA are — Gerry Bohanan (uncommitted) from Earle HS in Arkansas, Carter Bradley (uncommitted) from Providence in Florida, Joey Gatewood (Auburn verbal) from Bartram Trail in Florida, Re-al Mitchell (Iowa St. verbal) from St. John Bosco HS in California and Blake Senstrom (Colorado verbal) of Valor Christian HS in Colorado.

Below is the complete list of competitors.

2017 Elite 11 Quarterbacks

Gerry Bohanon, Earle HS, Arkansas

Carter Bradley, Providence HS, Florida

Cammon Cooper, Lehi HS, Utah

Matt Corral, Long Beach Poly, California

Matt Corral

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

Justin Fields, Harrison HS, Georgia

James Foster – Sidney Lanier HS, Alabama

Joey Gatewood, Bartram Trail HS, Florida

Emory Jones, Heard County HS, Georgia

DaKereon Joyner, Fort Dorchester HS, South Carolina

Trevor Lawrence, Cartersville HS, Georgia

Devin Leary, Timber Creek HS, New Jersey

Jalen Mayden, Sachse HS, Texas

Tanner McKee, Corona Centennial HS, California

Joe Milton, Olympia HS, Florida

Re-al Mitchell, St. John Bosco HS, California

Quincy Patterson, Solorio Academy, Illinois

Justin Rogers, Parkway HS, Louisiana

Tyler Shough, Hamilton HS, Arizona

Jacob Sirmon, Bothell HS, Washington

Blake Stenstrom, Valor Christian HS, Colorado

Dorian Thompson-Robinson, Bishop Gorman HS, Nevada

Dorian Thompson-Robinson

Elite 11 finals Dorian Thompson-Robinson from Bishop Gorman HS (Nevada)

Jack Tuttle, Mission Hills, California

Jack West, Saraland HS, Alabama

Jarren Williams, Central Gwinnett HS, Georgia

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