Top football recruits at all positions are using position-specific training, the kind once reserved only for quarterbacks.
Top college quarterbacks such as Johnny Manziel, Teddy Bridgewater and Tajh Boyd show the way for high school recruits at Elite 11
Johnny Manziel went from unknown freshman at Texas A&M to ultra-famous college football legend overnight. He is everything every prep quarterback hopes his future will look like.
Staying home was a perfect decision for current USC quarterback Matt Barkley. For future USC QB Max Browne and several others in the Elite 11, leaving their respective states is the way to go. So how does one come to that decision?
Some QBs have seen their stocks rise after Elite 11 regionals, while others hope to prove themselves at the E-11 finals.
USC commit Max Browne handles the pressure with ease at the Oakland Elite 11 en route to MVP honors.
Browne, Bateman shine at Oakland Elite 11
Max Browne gets Elite 11 finals invite
For a variety of reasons, some programs just have more appeal to recruits than others, writes Mitch Sherman
Jameis Winston, Tanner Mangum and Neal Burcham walk off with Elite 11 MVP honors, writes Mitch Sherman.
Arkansas native Neal Burcham is about to see his stock soar after the Elite 11 finals, writes Mitch Sherman.
After coming to the Elite 11 finals unprepared, Jameis Winston turned things around in one night, writes Mitch Sherman.
Oklahoma State QB Brandon Weeden isn't so old that he can't learn while he's coaching at the Elite 11 camp, writes Mitch Sherman.
Nick Patti could be the next Kellen Moore and its not just because they are both Broncos, writes Mitch Sherman.
Gunner Kiel, the nation's top QB, uncharacteristically opened up about the recruiting process, writes Mitch Sherman.