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The Elite 11 is the United States's premier and original quarterback competition for high school quarterbacks across the nation. Elite 11 was founded in 1999 by Andy Bark and continues to be run by his company, Student Sports Inc, hosted at the Nike World Headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon. Over the years, 12-24 of the nation's top quarterbacks have been selected to attend the Elite 11 Finals from 6 to 8 regional competitions held across the country, where over 400 quarterbacks compete and are evaluated. Prior to 2012 the Elite 11 Finals were held across various sites in Southern California. Since 2013, the Elite 11 has been held at Nike World Headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon in conjunction with The Opening. The head coach of the Elite 11 is Trent Dilfer, assisted by Jordan Palmer, Dennis Gile, George Whitfield Jr., Kerry Joseph, Adam Tafralis, Charlie Frye, Craig Nall and Matt James. The General Manager and President is Student Sports' Brian Stumpf. Notable Elite 11 Finals alumni include Andrew Luck, Matthew Stafford, Jameis Winston, Teddy Bridgewater, Matt Leinart, Geno Smith, Mark Sanchez, Tim Tebow, Vince Young, Kyle Orton and Troy Smith.

Contents

1 History of Elite 11

1.1 1999 1.2 2000 1.3 2001 1.4 2002 1.5 2003 1.6 2004 1.7 2005 1.8 2006 1.9 2007 1.10 2008 1.11 2009 1.12 2010 1.13 2011 1.14 2012 1.15 2013 1.16 2014 1.17 2015 1.18 2016 1.19 2017

2 References 3 External links

History of Elite 11[edit] 1999[edit]

Source:[1][2]

Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments

Brock Berlin Florida Miami (FL)[3] Undrafted Miami Dolphins Dallas Cowboys St. Louis Rams Detroit Lions 1997 ESPN RISE National High School Sophomore Player of the Year Elite 11 MVP 1999 USA Today National Offensive High School Player of the Year 2000 Gatorade National Player of the Year

Matt Cassel USC[4] 2005 Rd. 7 New England Patriots Kansas City Chiefs Minnesota Vikings Buffalo Bills Dallas Cowboys Tennessee Titans[5] 2x National Champion (2003, 2004)

Casey Clausen Tennessee[6] Undrafted Kansas City Chiefs[6] 2002 Florida Citrus Bowl MVP

Matt LoVecchio Notre Dame Indiana Undrafted New York Giants None

Chance Mock Texas[7] Undrafted None None

John Rattay Tennessee Arizona Pasadena City College Undrafted None None

Chris Rix Florida State Undrafted None 2001 ACC Freshman of the Year

Jeff Smoker Michigan State[8] 2004 Rd. 6 St. Louis Rams Philadelphia Eagles Kansas City Chiefs[8] 2003 All-Big Ten Second Team by Coaches and Media

Jon Van Cleave Louisiana-Lafayette Undrafted None None

Zac Wasserman Penn State Los Angeles Valley College California Undrafted None None

Roman Ybarra UCLA Palomar College Idaho State Undrafted None None

2000[edit]

Source:[1][9]

Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments

Derek Anderson Oregon State 2005 Rd. 6 Baltimore Ravens Cleveland Browns Arizona Cardinals Carolina Panthers[10] 2004 All-Pac-10 Second Team 2004 Insight Bowl Offensive MVP 2008 Pro Bowl Selection

Kellen Clemens Oregon 2006 Rd. 2 New York Jets Washington Redskins Houston Texans St. Louis Rams San Diego / Los Angeles Chargers None

Nic Costa Arizona Portland State Undrafted None None

Brodie Croyle Alabama[11] 2006 Rd. 3 Kansas City Chiefs Arizona Cardinals[11] Elite 11 MVP 2006 Cotton Bowl Classic MVP

Billy Hart USC Undrafted None None

Matt Leinart USC[4] 2006 Rd. 1 Arizona Cardinals Houston Texans Oakland Raiders Buffalo Bills[12] 2004 Heisman Trophy 2004 Walter Camp Award 2004 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award 2004 Manning Award 2x College Football Quarterback of the Year Award (2004, 2005) 2004 Associated Press College Football Player of the Year Award 2004 Rose Bowl MVP 2x National Champion (2003, 2004) 2005 Orange Bowl MVP

Ingle Martin Florida Furman 2006 Rd. 5 Green Bay Packers Tennessee Titans Kansas City Chiefs Denver Broncos[13] None

Adrian McPherson Florida State 2005 Rd. 5 New Orleans Saints None

Kyle Orton Purdue 2005 Rd. 4 Chicago Bears Denver Broncos Kansas City Chiefs Dallas Cowboys Buffalo Bills[14] 2004 All-Big Ten First Team by Media & Second Team by Coaches

Casey Paus Washington Undrafted None None

D. J. Shockley Georgia[15] 2006 Rd. 7 Atlanta Falcons[15] 2005 All-SEC First Team by AP & Second Team by Coaches

Paul Troth East Carolina Liberty Undrafted None None

2001[edit]

Source:[1][16]

Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments

Gavin Dickey Florida Undrafted None None

Trent Edwards Stanford 2007 Rd. 3 Buffalo Bills Jacksonville Jaguars Oakland Raiders Philadelphia Eagles Chicago Bears[17] None

Matt Gutierrez Michigan Idaho State[18] Undrafted New England Patriots Kansas City Chiefs Chicago Bears Washington Redskins[18] St. Louis Rams[19] None

Anthony Martinez Virginia Undrafted None None

Ryan O'Hara Arizona Scottsdale Community College Central Oklahoma[20] Undrafted None None

Ben Olson BYU UCLA Undrafted None Elite 11 MVP

Drew Olson UCLA[21] Undrafted Baltimore Ravens Carolina Panthers San Francisco 49ers[21] 2005 All-Pac-10 Second Team

Tyler Palko Pittsburgh[22] Undrafted New Orleans Saints Arizona Cardinals Pittsburgh Steelers Kansas City Chiefs[22] 2004 All-Big East Second Team 2005 All-Big East Second Team

Troy Smith Ohio State 2007 Rd. 5 Baltimore Ravens San Francisco 49ers Pittsburgh Steelers 2006 Heisman Trophy 2006 Associated Press College Football Player of the Year Award 2006 College Football Quarterback of the Year Award 2006 Walter Camp Award 2006 Davey O'Brien Award 2006 Fiesta Bowl MVP

Drew Stanton Michigan State 2007 Rd. 2 Detroit Lions New York Jets Indianapolis Colts Arizona Cardinals None

Vince Young Texas[7] 2006 Rd. 1 Tennessee Titans Philadelphia Eagles Buffalo Bills Green Bay Packers Cleveland Browns[23] 2003 Big 12 Offensive Freshman of the Year 2005 Maxwell Award 2005 Manning Award 2005 Davey O'Brien Award 2005 National Champion 2x Rose Bowl MVP (2005, 2006) 2005 Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year 2006 AP NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year 2006 Diet Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Year 2007 Pro Bowl Selection

Justin Zwick Ohio State[24] Undrafted Carolina Panthers[24] None

2002[edit]

Source:[1][25]

Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments

Mike Affleck Arizona State BYU Dixie State University Utah State[26] Undrafted None None

Dennis Dixon Oregon 2008 Rd. 5 Pittsburgh Steelers Baltimore Ravens Philadelphia Eagles Buffalo Bills Arizona Cardinals 2007 Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year Super Bowl XLIII Champion

Tommy Grady Oklahoma Utah Undrafted None First-Team All-Arena QB (2012) AFL Offensive Player of the Year (2012) National Guard MVP of the Year (2012) AFL Single Season Record for touchdown passes (142 in 2012) AFL Single Season Record for passing yards (5,863 in 2102) AFL Single Season Record for passing completions (508 in 2012)

AFL Single Game Record for touchdown passes (12 in 2012)

Robert Lane Ole Miss Undrafted None None

Chris Leak Florida[27] Undrafted Chicago Bears[27] 2000 ESPN RISE National High School Sophomore Player of the Year 2001 ESPN RISE National High School Junior Player of the Year 2002 Hall Trophy 2002 USA Today National Offensive High School Player of the Year 2006 All-SEC Second Team by Coaches 2006 National Champion 2007 BCS National Championship Game MVP

Justin Midgett Florida Eastern Illinois Undrafted None None

Blake Mitchell South Carolina Undrafted None None

T. C. Ostrander Stanford Undrafted New Orleans Saints[28] None

Clayton Richard Michigan Undrafted None Pitcher for Chicago White Sox and San Diego Padres

JaMarcus Russell LSU 2007 Rd. 1 Oakland Raiders[29] 2003 National Champion 2006 All-SEC First Team by Coaches and AP 2006 Manning Award 2007 NFL Draft Number One Overall Selection

Andre' Woodson Kentucky 2008 Rd. 6 New York Giants Washington Redskins[30] 2x Music City Bowl MVP (2006, 2007) 2006 All-SEC Second Team by Coaches and AP 2007 All-SEC Second Team by Coaches and AP

Kyle Wright Miami (FL)[31] Undrafted Minnesota Vikings San Francisco 49ers[31] Elite 11 MVP 2003 Gatorade National Player of the Year

2003[edit]

Source:[1][32]

Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments

Rhett Bomar Oklahoma Sam Houston State[33] 2009 Rd. 5 New York Giants Minnesota Vikings[34] Oakland Raiders[35] 2002 Rivals.com High School Junior of the Year Elite 11 co-MVP 2005 Holiday Bowl Offensive MVP

John David Booty USC 2008 Rd. 5 Minnesota Vikings Tennessee Titans Houston Texans 2001 ESPN RISE National High School Sophomore Player of the Year 2006 All-Pac-10 First Team 2008 Rose Bowl Offensive MVP 2x National Champion (2003, 2004)

A.J. Bryant Georgia Undrafted None None

Kirby Freeman Miami (FL) Baylor Undrafted San Francisco 49ers[36] 2006 MPC Computers Bowl MVP

Brian Hildebrand Oregon State Mt. San Antonio College Nebraska[37] Humboldt State[38] Undrafted None None

Cornelius Ingram Florida 2009 Rd. 5 (Drafted as a tight end) Philadelphia Eagles Detroit Lions Denver Broncos 2x National Champion (2006, 2008)

Nate Longshore California Undrafted None 2006 Holiday Bowl Co-Offensive MVP

Anthony Morelli Penn State Undrafted Arizona Cardinals None

Chase Patton Missouri Undrafted None None

Bobby Reid Oklahoma State Texas Southern Undrafted None None

Matt Tuiasosopo Committed to Washington Drafted in 2004 Major League Baseball draft and skipped college Undrafted None Elite 11 co-MVP

Drew Weatherford Florida State Undrafted None None

2004[edit]

Source:[1][39]

Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments

Harrison Beck Nebraska NC State North Alabama Undrafted None None

Jake Christensen Iowa Eastern Illinois Undrafted None None

Joe Cox Georgia Undrafted None None

Jonathan Crompton Tennessee[40] 2010 Rd. 5 San Diego Chargers New England Patriots[40] Tampa Bay Buccaneers Washington Redskins [41] None

Chase Daniel Missouri Undrafted Washington Redskins New Orleans Saints Kansas City Chiefs Philadelphia Eagles[42] Chicago Bears[43] 2007 Heisman Trophy Finalist 2007 Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year

Jonathan Garner Georgia Tech Marshall Undrafted None None

Arkelon Hall Washington State College of the Sequoias Memphis Undrafted None None

Ryan Perrilloux LSU Jacksonville State[44] Undrafted New York Giants[44] 2004 Hall Trophy 2004 USA Today National Offensive High School Player of the Year 2007 National Champion

Kyle Reed California San Jose State Undrafted None None

Mark Sanchez USC 2009 Rd. 1 New York Jets Philadelphia Eagles Denver Broncos Dallas Cowboys Chicago Bears[45] Elite 11 MVP 2008 All-Pac-10 First Team 2009 Rose Bowl Offensive MVP

Rob Schoenhoft Ohio State Delaware[46] Undrafted None None

Willie Tuitama Arizona Undrafted None 2008 Las Vegas Bowl MVP

2005[edit]

Source:[1][47]

Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments

Neil Caudle Auburn Undrafted None 2010 National Champion

Pat Devlin Penn State Delaware[48] Undrafted Miami Dolphins Minnesota Vikings Chicago Bears Cleveland Browns[48] 2010 CAA Offensive Player of the Year 2010 ECAC All-East Offensive Player of the Year

Zach Frazer Notre Dame Connecticut Undrafted None None

Josh Freeman Kansas State 2009 Rd. 1 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Minnesota Vikings New York Giants Miami Dolphins Indianapolis Colts[49] None

Cody Hawkins Colorado Undrafted None None

Jake Locker Washington 2011 Rd. 1 Tennessee Titans[50] 2007 Pac-10 Freshman of the Year

Mitch Mustain Arkansas USC[51] Undrafted None 2005 Hall Trophy 2005 USA Today National Offensive High School Player of the Year 2006 Gatorade National Player of the Year

Kevin Riley California Undrafted None 2007 Armed Forces Bowl MVP

Jevan Snead Texas Ole Miss[52] Undrafted Tampa Bay Buccaneers[52] None

Matthew Stafford Georgia 2009 Rd. 1 Detroit Lions[53] Elite 11 MVP 2006 Chick-fil-A Bowl MVP 2008 All-SEC Second Team by Coaches and AP 2009 Capital One Bowl MVP 2009 NFL Draft Number One Overall Selection 2011 4th quarterback in NFL history to throw over 5,000 yards in a single season

Tim Tebow Florida 2010 Rd. 1 Denver Broncos New York Jets New England Patriots Philadelphia Eagles[54] 2007 Heisman Trophy 2007 Associated Press College Football Player of the Year Award 2007 College Football Quarterback of the Year Award 2x Maxwell Award (2007, 2008) 2007 Davey O'Brien Award 2007 Sullivan Award 2008 Manning Award 2008 Wuerffel Trophy 2x National Champion (2006, 2008) 2008, 2009 Heisman Trophy Finalist 2009 BCS National Championship Game MVP 2010 Sugar Bowl MVP

Isiah Williams Illinois Undrafted None 2008 All-Big Ten Second Team by Media

2006[edit]

Source:[1][55]

Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments

Rontrell Bailey Ouachita Baptist University Arkansas–Pine Bluff Undrafted None None

John Brantley Florida Undrafted Baltimore Ravens Elite 11 MVP 2007 Gatorade National Player of the Year 2008 National Champion

Aaron Corp USC Richmond[56] Undrafted Buffalo Bills Dallas Cowboys Miami Dolphins[56] None

Stephen Garcia South Carolina Undrafted None None

Logan Gray Georgia Colorado Undrafted None None

Willy Korn Clemson Marshall[57] North Greenville University[58] Undrafted None None

Peter Lalich Virginia Oregon State California University of Pennsylvania[59] Undrafted None None

Jarrett Lee LSU Undrafted San Diego Chargers 2007 National Champion

Ryan Mallett Michigan Arkansas 2011 Rd. 3 New England Patriots Houston Texans Baltimore Ravens[60] 2010 Premier Player of College Football Trophy Winner 2009 All-SEC Second Team by Coaches and AP 2010 Liberty Bowl MVP 2010 All-SEC Second Team by Coaches and AP

Brock Mansion California Undrafted None None

Keith Nichol Oklahoma Michigan State Undrafted None None

Tyrod Taylor Virginia Tech 2011 Rd. 6 Baltimore Ravens Buffalo Bills Cleveland Browns[61] 2010 ACC Football Player of the Year 2010 ACC Offensive Player of the Year Super Bowl XLVII Champion

2007[edit]

Source:[1][62]

Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments

Nick Crissman UCLA Undrafted None None

Dayne Crist Notre Dame Kansas[63] Undrafted Baltimore Ravens[63] None

Blaine Gabbert Missouri 2011 Rd. 1 Jacksonville Jaguars San Francisco 49ers Arizona Cardinals[64] Elite 11 MVP

Mike Glennon NC State 2013 Rd. 3 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Chicago Bears Arizona Cardinals[65] None

Jacory Harris Miami (FL) Undrafted Philadelphia Eagles None

Star Jackson Alabama Georgia State Undrafted None None

Landry Jones Oklahoma 2013 Rd. 4 Pittsburgh Steelers[66] 2010 Sammy Baugh Trophy 2011 Fiesta Bowl Offensive MVP

Andrew Luck Stanford 2012 Rd. 1 Indianapolis Colts[67] 2010 Heisman Trophy Finalist 2011 Orange Bowl MVP 2011 Heisman Trophy Finalist 2011 Maxwell Award 2011 Walter Camp Award 2004 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award 2x Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year (2010, 2011) 2012 NFL Draft Number One Overall Selection

EJ Manuel Florida State 2013 Rd. 1 Buffalo Bills Oakland Raiders[68] 2010 Gator Bowl MVP 2012 All-ACC Second Team by Coaches and Media

Kyle Parker Clemson Undrafted None None

Sean Renfree Duke 2013 Rd. 7 Atlanta Falcons Tampa Bay Buccaneers[69] None

John Wienke Iowa Undrafted None None

2008[edit]

Source:[1][70]

Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments

Tajh Boyd Clemson 2014 Rd. 6 New York Jets Pittsburgh Steelers 2011 All-ACC First Team 2012 ACC Football Player of the Year 2012 ACC Offensive Player of the Year

Richard Brehaut UCLA Undrafted None None

Allan Bridgford California Southern Miss Undrafted None None

Raymond Cotton Ole Miss South Alabama Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Belhaven University Mississippi College[71] Undrafted None None

Garrett Gilbert Texas SMU 2014 Rd. 6 St. Louis Rams New England Patriots Detroit Lions Oakland Raiders Carolina Panthers[72] 2008 USA Today National Offensive High School Player of the Year 2009 Gatorade National Player of the Year

Andrew Maxwell Michigan State Undrafted None None

AJ McCarron Alabama 2014 Rd. 5 Cincinnati Bengals Buffalo Bills[73] 2012 BCS National Championship Game Offensive MVP 2013 Maxwell Award Winner 2013 Heisman Trophy Finalist 2013 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award Winner 2012 All-SEC Second Team by Coaches AP 3 time national champion (2009, 2011, 2012)

Zach Mettenberger Georgia Butler Community College LSU[74] 2014 Rd. 6 Tennessee Titans San Diego Chargers Pittsburgh Steelers[75] None

Aaron Murray Georgia[76] 2014 Rd. 5 Kansas City Chiefs Arizona Cardinals[77] Philadelphia Eagles Los Angeles Rams[76] Elite 11 MVP 2011 All-SEC Second Team by Coaches and AP 2013 Capital One Bowl MVP All-time SEC Passing Touchdown Leader All-time SEC Career Passing Yards Leader First SEC QB to pass for 3,000yds in 4 straight seasons

Bryn Renner North Carolina Undrafted Denver Broncos Baltimore Ravens Tennessee Titans San Diego Chargers Pittsburgh Steelers[78] None

Tom Savage Rutgers Arizona Pittsburgh[79] 2014 Rd. 4 Houston Texans[80] None

Geno Smith West Virginia 2013 Rd. 2 New York Jets New York Giants[81] 2010 All-Big East Conference Second Team 2011 All-Big East Conference First Team 2012 Orange Bowl Most Valuable Player 2012 All-Big 12 Conference Second Team

2009[edit]

Source:[82][83]

Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments

Blake Bell Oklahoma 2015 Rd. 4 (Drafted as a tight end) San Francisco 49ers Minnesota Vikings[84] 2011 Insight Bowl Offensive MVP

Joe Boisture Michigan State Saginaw Valley State Undrafted None None

Rob Bolden Penn State LSU Eastern Michigan[85] Undrafted None None

Tyler Bray Tennessee Undrafted Kansas City Chiefs Chicago Bears[86] None

Barry Brunetti West Virginia Ole Miss Undrafted None None

Devin Gardner Michigan Undrafted New England Patriots Pittsburgh Steelers None

Jake Heaps BYU Kansas Miami (FL)[87] Undrafted New York Jets[88] Seattle Seahawks[89] Elite 11 MVP 2010 New Mexico Bowl MVP

Austin Hinder California Undrafted None None

Nick Montana Washington Mt. San Antonio College Tulane[90] Undrafted None None

Jesse Scroggins USC El Camino College Arizona Lindenwood University[91] Undrafted None None

Phillip Sims Alabama Virginia Winston-Salem State[92] Undrafted Arizona Cardinals Seattle Seahawks[92] None

Chandler Whitmer Illinois Butler Community College Connecticut[93] Undrafted None None

2010[edit]

Source:[94]

Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments

Archie Bradley Committed to Oklahoma[95] Undrafted None Seventh overall pick in the 2011 Major League Baseball draft[95]

Teddy Bridgewater Louisville 2014 Rd. 1 Minnesota Vikings New York Jets[96] 2011 Big East Rookie of the Year 2012 Big East Offensive Player of the Year

Evan Crower Stanford Undrafted None None

Jeff Driskel Florida Louisiana Tech 2016 Rd. 6 San Francisco 49ers Cincinnati Bengals[97] Elite 11 MVP

Phillip Ely Alabama Toledo Undrafted None None

Kiehl Frazier Auburn Ouachita Baptist University[98] Undrafted None None

Everett Golson Notre Dame Florida State Undrafted None None

Cody Kessler USC 2016 Rd. 3 Cleveland Browns None

Adam Pittser Wyoming Illinois State Undrafted None None

DaMarcus Smith Western Kentucky Butler Community College[99] North Texas[100] Kentucky Wesleyan[101] Undrafted None None

Kendal Thompson Oklahoma Utah Undrafted Washington Redskins None

J.W. Walsh Oklahoma State Undrafted None 2012 Big 12 Freshman Offensive Player of the Year

2011[edit]

Source:[102]

Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments

Austin Appleby Purdue Florida Undrafted Dallas Cowboys[103] None

Neal Burcham SMU Undrafted None Elite 11 co-MVP

Shane Dillon Colorado Cuyamaca College[104] Metro State[105][106] Undrafted None None

Bart Houston Wisconsin[107] Undrafted Pittsburgh Steelers[107] None

Chad Kelly Clemson East Mississippi Community College Ole Miss[108] 2017 Rd. 7 Denver Broncos 2014 NJCAA National Champion

Zach Kline California Butte College Indiana State Fresno State[109] Undrafted None None

Jeff Lindquist Washington Undrafted None None

Tanner Mangum BYU In School None Elite 11 co-MVP 2015 Touchdown Club of Columbus Freshman of the Year

Zeke Pike Auburn Louisville Murray State[110] Undrafted None None

Chad Voytik Pittsburgh Arkansas State Undrafted None None

Jameis Winston Florida State 2015 Rd. 1 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Elite 11 co-MVP 2013 Heisman Memorial Trophy 2013 Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award 2013 Walter Camp Football Foundation Award 2013 Manning Award 2013 ACC Player of the Year 2013 ACC Rookie of the Year 2013 Sporting News Player of the Year 2013 Consensus All-American 2013 AP National Player of the Year 2014 ACC Athlete of the Year 2014 BCS National Champion 2014 BCS National Championship Offensive MVP 2015 NFL Draft Number One Overall Selection 2015 NFL Pro Bowl (Youngest QB in NFL history) 2015 PFWA All-Rookie Team 2015 Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Year Youngest QB in NFL history with 1-8,000 passing yards Youngest QB in NFL history with 1-50 TD passes ONLY QB in NFL history to start career w/ B2B 4,000+ passing yards seasons

2012[edit]

Source:[111]

Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments

Max Browne USC Pittsburgh In School None None

Shane Cockerille Maryland In School None None

Luke Del Rio Alabama Oregon State Florida[112] Retired None None

Joshua Dobbs Tennessee 2017 Rd. 4 Pittsburgh Steelers 2015 TaxSlayer Bowl MVP 2015 TaxSlayer Bowl Scholar Athlete Award National Player Of Week by Athlon Sports (11/2/14) 2014 SEC Academic Honor Roll 2013 SEC Academic Honor Roll

Jared Goff California 2016 Rd. 1 Los Angeles Rams None

Zack Greenlee Fresno State UTEP In School None None

Christian Hackenberg Penn State 2016 Rd. 2 New York Jets 2013 Big Ten Thompson–Randle El Freshman of the Year

Kevin Olsen Miami (FL) Towson Garden City Community College Riverside City College Charlotte[113] In School None None

Johnny Stanton Nebraska Saddleback College UNLV[114] In School None None

Asiantii Woulard UCLA South Florida Clarion University of Pennsylvania[115] In School None Elite 11 MVP

Malik Zaire Notre Dame Florida[116] In School None None

2013[edit]

Source:[117][118]

Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments

Kyle Allen Texas A&M Houston In School None 2014 Liberty Bowl MVP

Drew Barker Kentucky In School None None

David Blough Purdue In School None None

K. J. Carta-Samuels Washington In School None None

Will Grier Florida West Virginia In School None None

Jerrod Heard Texas In School None None

Brad Kaaya Miami (FL) 2017 Rd. 6 Detroit Lions Carolina Panthers Indianapolis Colts[119] 2014 ACC Freshman of the Year

Jacob Park Georgia Trident Technical College Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Iowa State[120] In School None None

Luke Rubenzer California In School None None

Deshaun Watson Clemson 2017 Rd. 1 Houston Texans 2015 Heisman Trophy Finalist 2016 Heisman Trophy Finalist 2015 Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award 2016 Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award 2015 Manning Award 2016 Manning Award 2015 ACC Player of the Year 2016 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award CFP national champion (2016) 2017 College Football Playoff National Championship Offensive MVP

Sean White Auburn In School None Elite 11 MVP UA All-America game MVP

2014[edit]

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Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments

Blake Barnett Alabama Arizona State In School None Elite 11 MVP

Deondre Francois Florida State In School None None

Ben Hicks SMU In School None None

Travis Jonsen Oregon Riverside City College In School None None

Drew Lock Missouri In School None None

Kyler Murray Texas A&M Oklahoma[121] In School None 2014 Gatorade National Player of the Year

Josh Rosen UCLA In School None 2015 Pac-12 Freshman Offensive POY

Jarrett Stidham Baylor McLennan Community College Auburn[122] In School None None

Ricky Town USC Arkansas Ventura College Pittsburgh[123] In School None None

Brady White Arizona State Memphis[124] In School None None

Brandon Wimbush Notre Dame In School None None

2015[edit]

Source:[125]

Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments

Shane Buechele Texas In School None None

K. J. Costello Stanford In School None None

Jacob Eason Georgia Washington[126] In School None Gatorade Football Player of the Year (2015) USA Today Offensive Player of the Year (2015)

Feleipe Franks Florida In School None None

Jarrett Guarantano Tennessee In School None None

Dwayne Haskins Ohio State In School None None

Malik Henry Florida State Independence Community College In School None None

Brandon McIlwain South Carolina California In School None None

Shea Patterson Ole Miss Michigan In School None Elite 11 MVP

Brandon Peters Michigan In School None None

Anthony Russo Temple In School None None

2016[edit]

Source:[127]

Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments

Myles Brennan LSU In School None None

Sean Clifford Penn State In School None None

Tommy DeVito Syracuse In School None None

Sam Ehlinger Texas In School None None

Jake Fromm Georgia In School None 2018 Rose Bowl Champion

Hunter Johnson Clemson In School None 2017 US Army All-American Bowl MVP Indiana Mr. Football

Tate Martell Ohio State In School None Gatorade Football Player of the Year (2016) USA Today Offensive Player of the Year (2016)

Dylan McCaffrey Michigan In School None None

Davis Mills Stanford In School None None

Chris Robison Oklahoma Florida Atlantic In School None None

Jack Sears USC In School None None

Tua Tagovailoa Alabama In School None Elite 11 MVP 2017 CFP National Champion

2017[edit]

Source:[128]

Name College Verbally Committed To NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments

Cammon Cooper Washington State In School None None

Matt Corral Ole Miss In School None None

Justin Fields Georgia In School None Elite 11 MVP

Trevor Lawrence Clemson In School None None

Devin Leary NC State In School None None

Tanner McKee Stanford In School None None

Quincy Patterson Virginia Tech In School None None

Justin Rogers TCU In School None None

Tyler Shough Oregon In School None None

Dorian Thompson-Robinson UCLA In School None None

Jack Tuttle Utah In School None None

Jarren Williams Miami (FL) In School None None

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