The Elite 11 quarterback camp has announced its 18 finalists for 2015. 16 of the selections have committed already to colleges for 2016 with two — Jawon Pass and Dillon Sterling-Cole — still undecided. Pass (GA) is considering Louisville, Alabama, and Auburn and Sterling-Cole (TX) is looking at Texas A&M, Florida, and Arizona State according to 247Sports.
There are three 5-stars, nine 4-stars, and six 3-stars invited as finalists for the Elite 11 camp at The Opening in Oregon later this year. Of the 16 committed, six are hard commits to Big Ten schools, five to SEC schools, three to Big 12 schools, one to the ACC, and one to the Pac-12.
Here is the full list of Elite 11 finalist QBs, with where they are committed as well as their star rating and ranking on 247Sports Composite Rankings.
Jacob Eason — Georgia Bulldogs (5-star, #1 Pro Style)
Shea Patterson — Ole Miss Rebels (5-star, #2 Pro Style)
Malik Henry — Florida State Seminoles (5-star, #3 Pro Style)
Feleipe Franks — LSU (4-star, #1 Dual Threat)
Jawon Pass — Uncommitted (4-star, #3 Dual Threat)
Shane Buechele — Texas Longhorns (4-star, #4 Dual Threat)
K.J. Costello — Stanford Cardinal (4-star, #4 Pro Style)
Dwayne Haskins — Maryland Terrapins (4-star, #5 Pro Style)
Jarrett Guarantano — Tennessee Volunteers (4-star, #6 Pro Style)
Brandon McIlwain — South Carolina Gamecocks (4-star, #8 Dual Threat)
Brandon Peters — Michigan Wolverines (4-star, #9 Pro Style)
Dillon Sterling-Cole — Uncommitted (4-star, #10 Pro Style)
Messiah deWeaver — Michigan State Spartans (3-star, #14 Pro Style)
Jake Zembiec — Penn State Nittany Lions (3-star, #15 Pro Style)
Nick Starkel — Oklahoma State Cowboys (3-star, #20 Pro Style)
Patrick O’Brien — Nebraska Huskers (3-star, #21 Pro Style)
Jett Duffey — Texas Tech Red Raiders (3-star, #40 Dual Threat)
Anthony Russo — Rutgers Scarlet Knights (3-star, #73 Pro Style)