October 5, 2022

Elite 11 Nashville Displays National Appeal, Results in Three Finals Invites

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Despite high temperatures and higher expectations given the talent on hand, the Elite 11 national camp tour stop in Nashville delivered as one of the most impressive to date in 2022.

There were big names, young stars and emerging quarterbacks in between and by the end of the event Elite 11 Director Brian Stumpf admitted it was the best collection of talent a regional has featured ahead of the Elite 11 Finals next month. Three more names – Avery Johnson, Brock Glenn and Nico Iamaleava – were added to the Finals roster following the four-hour throwing session but Stumpf and most onlookers agree more participants from this regional may get the good news down the line.

Sports Illustrated was on hand, cameras rolling, as droves of future Power Five prospects competed and impressed. 10 commanded attention, in particular.





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