2013 Elite 11 QB Camp: Day 2

Quarterbacks Compete at Elite 11

The 2013 crop of Elite 11 finalists continued to hone their skills in Beaverton, Oregon on Sunday. Of the 18 quarterbacks attending, University School's Sean White is the only yet to commit. White balled out on Sunday and should make his decision by the end of summer.

After training concluded, Elite 11 head coach Trent Dilfer highlighted six quarterbacks, including White, that performed exceptionally well. Two young arms from California made the list. Miami commit and Chaminade QB Brad Kaaya and Vanderbilt commit K.J. Carta-Samuels from San Jose have excelled. Highly touted Texas A&M commit Kyle Allen, Purdue commit David Blough and Clemson commit Deshaun Watson clearly impressed Dilfer as well.

Sean White: Elite 11 QB Highlights

Heisman trophy winner and Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel, Louisville's Teddy Bridgewater, Clemson's Tajh Boyd, Michigan's Devin Gardner and San Diego State's David Fales were in attendance and assisted the coaches in training the young signal callers and providing valuable insight about the college experience.

CLA caught up with Johnny Football to get his thoughts on the Elite 11 and the addition of Santa Monica speedster Sebastian Larue to the A&M family.

Johnny Manziel Interview: Elite 11 QB Camp

With the Elite 11 training complete, the quarterbacks will turn their focus to The Opening beginning on Monday. The 3-day event will feature over 160 of the best high school football players in the country comprised of six teams. Each team will have three quarterbacks from the Elite 11 to lead the way.

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