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Anybody else with 2 or more E-11s?

Discussion in 'Buckeye Football' started by RugbyBuck, Jun 10, 2004.

  1. RugbyBuck

    RugbyBuck Our church has no bells.

    Does anyone know if any other schools currently have, or recently have had, more than one Elite 11 quarterback?
  2. jlb1705

    jlb1705 hipster doofus Staff Member Bookie

    I'm too lazy to research it, but I imagine you'll find the usual suspects... scUM, SCum, Free Shoes University, Texas, Tennesse, Florida
  3. How many Florida State, Florida, Michigan, or Washington Qbs were elite 11 campers ?

    Keeping with this, how many Elite 11 campers went on to star at collegiate or NFL level ? I'd like to look over complete list of prospects who ever attended.
  4. gregorylee

    gregorylee I'd rather be napping!!

    Damn julio,

    I find it hard to believe that your computer can reach "BP", but can't find, or better yet (I will help you out with this one), maybe instead of bitching and complaining all the time you could contribute something other than a dissenting opinion.
  5. G-Lee: I'm lazy. Maybe someone with pay access to the rivals network can look up the camp and list out all the past attendees ? That'd be the easiest way I think to find out who went to it.
  6. BuckeyeInTheBoro

    BuckeyeInTheBoro This space left intentionally blank

    So basically we have here a user with a hispanic name admitting to being lazy and asking other users to steal for him?

    I know you were upset about some stereotypes thrown your way earlier... perhaps you shouldn't reinforce them.
  7. gregorylee

    gregorylee I'd rather be napping!!


    THE ELITE 11

    Rhett Bomar, 6-3/195, Grand Prairie (Texas)
    Attended the EA SPORTS Elite 11 workout in College Station (Texas) and despite playing three baseball games the previous day, had a very strong showing. Bomar is the ultimate gamer who can hurt you with his arm or his legs. He was a Student Sports Junior All-American a year ago after completing 163 of 265 passes for 2,860 yards and 25 touchdowns. He also rushed for 717 yards and nine more scores.

    John David Booty, 6-3/195, Evangel Christian (Shreveport, La.)
    Had multiple scholarship offers before he even played a down of high school football. An incredible talent who is as gifted physically and cerebrally as any signal caller we’ve covered. Booty has the great arm that is always the first thing to catch your eye and can make all the throws but he brings much more to the table. He’s athletic, knows how to buy time in the pocket while keeping his eyes looking downfield and is very, very smart. Booty will bypass his senior year of high school and enroll this fall at USC.

    Alonzo "A.J." Bryant, 6-1/185, Peach County (Fort Valley, Ga.)
    Attended the EA SPORTS Elite 11 workout in Las Vegas (Nev.) and was very impressive, displaying a stronger than advertised arm and the quickest release of all the campers. He was a standout last fall on the gridiron, throwing for 1,605 yards and 11 scores and made several big plays running the ball as well with his sub-4.4 speed. His strong arm, quick release and athleticism are well-known, but Bryant also plays with poise, has excellent natural instincts at the position, and is a leader both on and off the field.

    Kirby Freeman, 6-2/190 Brownwood (Texas)
    Was easily one of the biggest surprises of the spring. We knew Freeman was good, but no one knew just how good. Of all the quarterbacks we worked out during the first nine Nike Camps as well as two EA SPORTS Elite 11 workouts, Freeman was the most impressive we saw and had the best workout performance. His arm strength is off the charts and rivals Pennsylvania’s Anthony Morelli as the strongest in the class. He throws a nice, tight ball every time and was as accurate as any quarterback we’ve seen. Last year, playing in a predominately run oriented offense, Freeman threw for 1,315-yards and nine touchdowns while rushing for 1,121 yards and 16 more scores.

    Brian Hildebrand, 6-2/185, Corona (Calif.)
    Hildebrand is probably the least known among this year's EA SPORTS Elite signal callers but make no mistake about it, he can play. Hildebrand was the top quarterback of both the SoCal and NorCal Nike Camps and also out-threw everyone at the EA SPORTS Elite 11 workout in Stanford. No one has worked harder on his game in the last year and the improvements he made were dramatic to see at both Nike Camps. As a junior, Hildebrand threw for 1,913 yards and 22 touchdowns to earn All-League honors for the second straight year.

    Cornelius Ingram, 6-4/195, Hawthorne (Fla.)
    Ingram is the type of quarterback the EA SPORTS Elite 11 was made for. He's still raw and developing in a lot of ways but has tremendous upside and will likely gain more from the five day camp than any other signal caller in attendance. Has very good size, arm strength and athleticism and reminds us a bit of current Texas quarterback Vincent Young who attended the Elite 11 Camp two years ago. As a junior, Ingram threw for 1,456 yards and 12 touchdowns while rushing for 500 yards and three more scores.

    Nate Longshore, 6-4/230, Canyon Country (Calif.)
    They don't come much bigger than Longshore, who has as strong an arm as you'll see and is very solid mechanically. He stands tall in the pocket and his ability to find his second and third receivers as well as his accuracy are his strengths. Struggled somewhat with his footwork as a junior but his work with a sprint coach has paid off as he now looks very light on his toes and can make that first guy miss. As a junior, Longshore threw for 2,100 yards and 18 touchdowns while running for six more scores.

    Anthony Morelli, 6-4/210, Penn Hills (Pittsburgh, Pa.) First caught our eye at the Nike Camp in State College (Pa.) as a sophomore two years ago and has really taken off since then. Attended the EA SPORTS Elite 11 last summer as a ball boy and showed as live an arm as anyone at the camp. Along with Freeman, has the strongest arm in the nation and one of the strongest of any quarterback we’ve seen in the last few years. Like Freeman, Morelli plays in a run dominated offense but still threw for 1,880 yards and 20 touchdowns.

    Chase Patton, 6-5/205, Rock Bridge (Columbia, Mo.)
    The best quarterback to emerge from the Show Me State in quite some time. Is as pure of a pocket passer as there is in this year's class with a quick release, good feet and a strong, accurate throwing arm. Looks as good on film as any quarterback in the country, delivering precision strikes all over the field. Came on strong late at the Nike Camp in Ann Arbor despite some adverse weather conditions and a sprained ankle. As a junior, Patton threw for 2,670 yards with 23 touchdowns and nine interceptions, earning All-State honors.

    Robert Reid, 6-3/220 North Shore (Houston, Texas)
    Yet another talented Texan signal caller in what has to be one of the best years for quarterbacks the state has ever produced. With three of our top six and a few others from the state that still have a solid shot at making the EA SPORTS Elite 11, Texas is definitely the place to be when looking for a standout quarterback. Reid is big-time athlete with a great arm and a huge upside He reminds us a lot of Donovan McNabb athletically at the same stage. As a junior, Reid threw for 1,485 yards and 13 touchdowns while also rushing for 776 yards and 16 more scores.

    Matt Tuiasosopo, 6-2/205, Woodinville (Wash.)
    Like Morelli, Tuiasosopo attended the EA SPORTS Elite 11 last year as a ball boy and had a strong showing. Known more as an athlete, the signal caller has plus arm strength, very good feet and the same toughness and natural leadership ability that made his older brother Marques such a great college quarterback. As a junior, 'Tui' missed half the season due to injuries but still shows up well on film.

    Drew Weatherford, 6-2/195, Land O'Lakes (Fla.)
    One of the most polished signal callers in the country and has all the intangibles you could want in a quarterback. Weatherford is a winner, has great leadership skills, and is a fiery competitor. he has plus arm strength, a quick release and can make all the throws. He moves around very well in the pocket and is not afraid to tuck the ball and run when his protection breaks down. The quarterback actually played his entire junior season with a tear in his meniscus but still led his team to the state semi-finals completing 151 of 215 passes for 2,494 yards and 37 touchdowns with just two interceptions.

    This is only for this past year, couldn't find/didn't feel like looking harder for the past years.
  8. Thanks G-Lee. It would have been better to have all the names from past years so that we could see if some are giving too much credence to attending this camp.
  9. FKAGobucks877

    FKAGobucks877 The Most Power-Drunk

    If you ask me, we're giving too much credence to LouisHMartinez's bullshit. You should change your moniker to "Pot Stirrer with No Intelligence".
  10. Naplesbuckeye

    Naplesbuckeye Newbie

    What better credence could a HS QB have for evaluation and recruiting? At least provide a counter argument you dolt.
  11. I don't know why this camp is held in such high regard, maybe you can explain that to me. By seeing who went on to have success at the collegiate and ultimately, the NFL level we might better see how good it was in predicting Qb talent (versus other means like recruiting services or schools' coaches), don't you think ? I hope you can now understand.
  12. Naplesbuckeye

    Naplesbuckeye Newbie

    Recruiting services and Schools coaches are some of the criterion for being selected in the first place. If a kid makes an All Junior team or invited to the Army All Star Combine as a Junior as a Qb they most certainly have a shot at the Elite 11....How do you think the Elite 11 does this? Most importantly they have regional tryouts and pick who they think are the best. NOW DO YOU UNDERSTAND?
  13. Brutus1

    Brutus1 Don't be penurious, donate to the BP Spring Dr.

    How long has the Elite-11 been around ? It seems to me that it has'nt been
    that long.
  14. FKAGobucks877

    FKAGobucks877 The Most Power-Drunk

    I guess it's because you weren't around to grace us with your all-knowing opinion. Now that you're here, we won't have to waste our time listening to such ignorant blow-hards that simply study these kids for a living. We'll just ask you.
  15. Sloopy

    Sloopy Newbie

    Top 25 Names To Come Out Of The Ea Sports Elite 11

    Has anyone ever heard of any of these guys?

    David Carr (Houston Texans)
    Carson Palmer (Cincinnati Bengals)
    Drew Brees (San Diego Chargers)
    Kyle Boller (Baltimore Ravens)
    Chris Redman (Baltimore Ravens)
    Marques Tuiasosopo (Oakland Raiders)
    A.J. Feeley (Philadelphia Eagles)
    Rohan Davey (New England Patriots)
    John Navarre (Michigan Wolverines)
    Matt Schaub (Virginia Cavaliers)
    Andrew Walter (ASU Sun Devils)
    Ben Roethlisberger (Miami Redhawks)
    Kurt Kittner (Atlanta Falcons)
    Brooks Bollinger (NY Jets)
    Brock Berlin (Miami Hurricanes)
    Casey Clausen (Tennessee Volunteers)
    Chris Rix (Florida State Seminoles)
    Brodie Croyle (Alabama Crimson Tide)
    Matt Leinart (USC Trojans)
    Kyle Orton (Purdue Boilermakers)
    Kellen Clemens (Oregon Ducks)
    Derek Anderson (Oregon State Beavers)
    Vincent Young (Texas Longhorns)
    Chris Leak (Florida Gators)
    John David Booty (USC Trojans)

    Anyone care to venture a guess as to what they all have in common?

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