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Elite 11
Location(s)Nike, Inc. World Headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon.
Years active1999–present
WebsiteElite11.com

The Elite 11 is a quarterback competition for high school quarterbacks across the United States. 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 top 11–12 QB's are split into teams from a pool of 162 players of different positions in a flag football tournament and long ball challenges, which is the same as a throw-off in flag football, but it is from the pylon to wherever the ball lands.

The head coach of the Elite 11 is Trent Dilfer, assisted by Jordan Palmer, George Whitfield Jr., 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, Trevor Lawrence, Matthew Stafford, Jameis Winston, Teddy Bridgewater, Matt Leinart, Geno Smith, Mark Sanchez, Tim Tebow, Vince Young, Kyle Orton, and Troy Smith. Since 2016, the camp has been covered by NFL Network in a YouTube series.[1]

History of Elite 11[edit]

1999[edit]

Source:[2][3]
Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments
Brock Berlin Florida
Miami (FL)[4]
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[5] 2005 Rd. 7 New England Patriots
Kansas City Chiefs
Minnesota Vikings
Buffalo Bills
Dallas Cowboys
Tennessee Titans[6]Detroit Lions
2x National Champion (2003, 2004)
Casey Clausen Tennessee[7] Undrafted Kansas City Chiefs[7] 2002 Florida Citrus Bowl MVP
Matt LoVecchio Notre Dame
Indiana
Undrafted New York Giants None
Chance Mock Texas[8] Undrafted None None
John Rattay Tennessee
Arizona
Pasadena City
Undrafted None None
Chris Rix Florida State Undrafted None 2001 ACC Freshman of the Year
Jeff Smoker Michigan State[9] 2004 Rd. 6 St. Louis Rams
Philadelphia Eagles
Kansas City Chiefs[9]
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
California
Undrafted None None
Roman Ybarra UCLA
Palomar
Idaho State
Undrafted None None

2000[edit]

Source:[2][10]
Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments
Derek Anderson Oregon State 2005 Rd. 6 Baltimore Ravens
Cleveland Browns
Arizona Cardinals
Carolina Panthers[11]Buffalo Bills
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[12] 2006 Rd. 3 Kansas City Chiefs
Arizona Cardinals[12]
Elite 11 MVP
2006 Cotton Bowl Classic MVP
Billy Hart USC Undrafted None None
Matt Leinart USC[5] 2006 Rd. 1 Arizona Cardinals
Houston Texans
Oakland Raiders
Buffalo Bills[13]
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[14]
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[15]
2004 All-Big Ten First Team by Media & Second Team by Coaches
Casey Paus Washington Undrafted None None
D. J. Shockley Georgia[16] 2006 Rd. 7 Atlanta Falcons[16] 2005 All-SEC First Team by AP & Second Team by Coaches
Paul Troth East Carolina
Liberty
Undrafted None None

2001[edit]

Source:[2][17]
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[18]
None
Matt Gutierrez Michigan
Idaho State[19]
Undrafted New England Patriots

Kansas City Chiefs
Chicago Bears
Washington Redskins[19]
St. Louis Rams[20]

None
Anthony Martinez Virginia Undrafted None None
Ryan O'Hara Arizona
Scottsdale CC
Central Oklahoma[21]
Undrafted None None
Ben Olson BYU
UCLA
Undrafted None Elite 11 MVP
Drew Olson UCLA[22] Undrafted Baltimore Ravens
Carolina Panthers
San Francisco 49ers[22]
2005 All-Pac-10 Second Team
Tyler Palko Pittsburgh[23] Undrafted New Orleans Saints
Arizona Cardinals
Pittsburgh Steelers
Kansas City Chiefs[23]
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

Cleveland Browns

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Super Bowl champion (2020)
Vince Young Texas[8] 2006 Rd. 1 Tennessee Titans
Philadelphia Eagles
Buffalo Bills
Green Bay Packers
Cleveland Browns[24]
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[25] Undrafted Carolina Panthers[25] None

2002[edit]

Source:[2][26]
Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments
Mike Affleck Arizona State
BYU
Dixie State
Utah State[27]
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 Miami Dolphins 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[28] Undrafted Chicago Bears[28] 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[29] None
Clayton Richard Michigan Undrafted None Pitcher for Chicago White Sox and San Diego Padres
JaMarcus Russell LSU 2007 Rd. 1 Oakland Raiders[30] 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[31]
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)[32] Undrafted Minnesota Vikings
San Francisco 49ers[32]
Elite 11 MVP
2003 Gatorade National Player of the Year

2003[edit]

Source:[2][33]
Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments
Rhett Bomar Oklahoma
Sam Houston State[34]
2009 Rd. 5 New York Giants
Minnesota Vikings[35]
Oakland Raiders[36]
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[37] 2006 MPC Computers Bowl MVP
Brian Hildebrand Oregon State
Mt. San Antonio
Nebraska[38]
Humboldt State[39]
Undrafted None None
Cornelius Ingram Florida 2009 Rd. 5 (Drafted as TE) 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 Washington Undrafted None Elite 11 co-MVP
Drew Weatherford Florida State Undrafted None None

2004[edit]

Source:[2][40]
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 2010 Rd. 5 San Diego Chargers
New England Patriots
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]Detroit Lions

Los Angeles Chargers

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]Washington Redskins
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:[2][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]
Los Angeles Rams[54]
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[55]
Jacksonville Jaguars (TE)
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:[2][56]
Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments
Rontrell Bailey Ouachita Baptist
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[57]
Undrafted Buffalo Bills
Dallas Cowboys
Miami Dolphins[57]
None
Stephen Garcia South Carolina Undrafted None None
Logan Gray Georgia
Colorado
Undrafted None None
Willy Korn Clemson
Marshall[58]
North Greenville[59]
Undrafted None None
Peter Lalich Virginia
Oregon State
California (PA)[60]
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[61]
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[62]Los Angeles Chargers

Houston Texans

2010 ACC Football Player of the Year
2010 ACC Offensive Player of the Year
Super Bowl XLVII Champion

2007[edit]

Source:[2][63]
Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments
Nick Crissman UCLA Undrafted None None
Dayne Crist Notre Dame
Kansas[64]
Undrafted Baltimore Ravens[64] None
Blaine Gabbert Missouri 2011 Rd. 1 Jacksonville Jaguars
San Francisco 49ers
Arizona Cardinals[65]Tennessee Titans

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Elite 11 MVP
Super Bowl champion (2020)
Mike Glennon NC State 2013 Rd. 3 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Chicago Bears
Arizona Cardinals[66]
Tennessee Titans

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Jacksonville Jaguars
New York Giants

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[67]Jacksonville Jaguars
Oakland Raiders
2010 Sammy Baugh Trophy
2011 Fiesta Bowl Offensive MVP
Andrew Luck Stanford 2012 Rd. 1 Indianapolis Colts[68] 2010 Heisman Trophy Finalist
2011 Orange Bowl MVP
2011 Heisman Trophy Finalist
2011 Maxwell Award
2011 Walter Camp Award
2011 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[69]
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[70]
None
John Wienke Iowa Undrafted None None

2008[edit]

Source:[2][71]
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 CC
Belhaven
Mississippi College[72]
Undrafted None None
Garrett Gilbert Texas
SMU
2014 Rd. 6 St. Louis Rams
New England Patriots
Detroit Lions
Oakland Raiders
Carolina Panthers[73]
Cleveland Browns
Dallas Cowboys
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
A. J. McCarron Alabama 2014 Rd. 5 Cincinnati Bengals
Buffalo Bills[74] Oakland Raiders
Houston Texans

Atlanta Falcons

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 CC
LSU[75]
2014 Rd. 6 Tennessee Titans
San Diego Chargers
Pittsburgh Steelers[76]
None
Aaron Murray Georgia 2014 Rd. 5 Kansas City Chiefs
Arizona Cardinals
Philadelphia Eagles
Los Angeles Rams[77]
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]New Orleans Saints

San Francisco 49ers

Cincinnati Bengals

Detroit Lions

None
Geno Smith West Virginia 2013 Rd. 2 New York Jets
New York Giants
Los Angeles Chargers[81]
Seattle Seahawks
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 TE) San Francisco 49ers
Minnesota Vikings[84]Jacksonville Jaguars

Dallas Cowboys

Kansas City Chiefs

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
Seattle Seahawks[87]
Elite 11 MVP
2010 New Mexico Bowl MVP
Austin Hinder California Undrafted None None
Nick Montana Washington
Mt. San Antonio
Tulane[88]
Undrafted None None
Jesse Scroggins USC
El Camino
Arizona
Lindenwood[89]
Undrafted None None
Phillip Sims Alabama
Virginia
Winston-Salem State[90]
Undrafted Arizona Cardinals
Seattle Seahawks[90]
None
Chandler Whitmer Illinois
Butler CC
Connecticut[91]
Undrafted None None

2010[edit]

Source:[92]
Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments
Archie Bradley Oklahoma[93] Undrafted None
Teddy Bridgewater Louisville 2014 Rd. 1 Minnesota Vikings
New York Jets[94]
New Orleans Saints
Carolina Panthers
Denver Broncos
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[95]Detroit Lions

Denver Broncos

Houston Texans

Elite 11 MVP
Phillip Ely Alabama
Toledo
Undrafted None None
Kiehl Frazier Auburn
Ouachita Baptist[96]
Undrafted None None
Everett Golson Notre Dame
Florida State
Undrafted None None
Cody Kessler USC 2016 Rd. 3 Cleveland Browns
Jacksonville Jaguars

Philadelphia Eagles

New England Patriots

None
Adam Pittser Wyoming
Illinois State
Undrafted None None
DaMarcus Smith Western Kentucky
Butler CC[97]
North Texas[98]
Kentucky Wesleyan[99]
Undrafted None None
Kendal Thompson Oklahoma
Utah
Undrafted Washington Redskins

Los Angeles Rams

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

2011[edit]

Source:[100]
Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments
Austin Appleby Purdue
Florida
Undrafted Dallas Cowboys[101] None
Neal Burcham SMU Undrafted None Elite 11 co-MVP
Shane Dillon Colorado
Cuyamaca[102]
Metro State[103][104]
Undrafted None None
Bart Houston Wisconsin[105] Undrafted Pittsburgh Steelers[105] None
Chad Kelly Clemson
East Mississippi CC
Ole Miss[106]
2017 Rd. 7 Denver Broncos
Indianapolis Colts
2014 NJCAA National Champion
Zach Kline California
Butte
Indiana State
Fresno State[107]
Undrafted None None
Jeff Lindquist Washington Undrafted None None
Tanner Mangum BYU Undrafted None Elite 11 co-MVP

2015 Touchdown Club of Columbus Freshman of the Year

Zeke Pike Auburn
Louisville
Murray State[108]
Undrafted None None
Chad Voytik Pittsburgh
Arkansas State
Undrafted None None
Jameis Winston Florida State 2015 Rd. 1 Tampa Bay Buccaneers

New Orleans Saints

Elite 11 co-MVP
2013 Heisman 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

2012[edit]

Source:[109]
Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments
Max Browne USC
Pittsburgh
Undrafted None None
Shane Cockerille Maryland Undrafted None None
Luke Del Rio Alabama
Oregon State
Florida[110]
Undrafted None None
Joshua Dobbs Tennessee 2017 Rd. 4 Pittsburgh Steelers
Jacksonville Jaguars
2015 TaxSlayer Bowl MVP
Jared Goff California 2016 Rd. 1 Los Angeles Rams
Detroit Lions
2017 Pro Bowl
2015 Armed Forces Bowl (December) MVP
Zack Greenlee Fresno State
UTEP
Undrafted None None
Christian Hackenberg Penn State 2016 Rd. 2 New York Jets

Oakland Raiders

Philadelphia Eagles

Cincinnati Bengals

2013 Big Ten Thompson–Randle El Freshman of the Year
Kevin Olsen Miami (FL)
Towson
Garden City CC
Riverside City
Charlotte[111]
Undrafted None None
Johnny Stanton Nebraska
Saddleback
UNLV[112]
Undrafted Minnesota Vikings
Cleveland Browns
None
Asiantii Woulard UCLA
South Florida
Clarion (PA)[113]
Undrafted None Elite 11 MVP
Malik Zaire Notre Dame
Florida[114]
Undrafted None None

2013[edit]

Source:[115][116]
Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments
Kyle Allen Texas A&M
Houston
Undrafted Carolina Panthers
Washington Redskins
2014 Liberty Bowl MVP
Drew Barker Kentucky Undrafted None None
David Blough Purdue Undrafted Cleveland Browns
Detroit Lions
None
K. J. Carta-Samuels Washington
Colorado State
Undrafted None None
Will Grier Florida
West Virginia
2019 Rd. 3 Carolina Panthers

Dallas Cowboys

Second Team All-Big 12 (2018)
Jerrod Heard Texas Undrafted None None
Brad Kaaya Miami (FL) 2017 Rd. 6 Detroit Lions
Carolina Panthers
Indianapolis Colts
Cincinnati Bengals
2014 ACC Freshman of the Year
Jacob Park Georgia
Trident Tech
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M
Iowa State[117]
Undrafted None None
Luke Rubenzer California Undrafted 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 Undrafted None Elite 11 MVP
UA All-America game MVP

2014[edit]

Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments
Blake Barnett Alabama
Palomar
Arizona State
USF
Undrafted None Elite 11 MVP
Deondre Francois Florida State
Hampton
Undrafted None ACC Rookie of the Year (2016)
ACC Offensive Rookie of the Year (2016)
Ben Hicks SMU
Arkansas
Undrafted None SMU's career leader in passing yards (9,081 yards)
SMU's career leader in passing touchdowns (71)
Travis Jonsen Oregon
Riverside City
Montana State
Undrafted None None
Drew Lock Missouri 2019 Rd. 2 Denver Broncos SEC single season passing touchdown record (44) (2017)
FBS passing touchdowns leader (2017)
First-Team All-SEC (2017)
Second-Team All-SEC (2018)
Kyler Murray Texas A&M
Oklahoma[118]
2019 Rd. 1 Arizona Cardinals Gatorade Football Player of the Year (2014)
USA Today Offensive Player of the Year (2014)
Heisman Trophy (2018)
Davey O'Brien Award (2018)
Associated Press Player of the Year (2018)
Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year (2018)
First-team All-American (2018)
First-team All-Big 12 (2018)
Josh Rosen UCLA 2018 Rd. 1 Arizona Cardinals
Miami Dolphins
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
San Francisco 49ers

Atlanta Falcons

Pac-12 Offensive Freshman of the Year (2015)
Second-team All-Pac-12 (2017)
Jarrett Stidham Baylor
McLennan CC
Auburn[119]
2019 Rd. 4 New England Patriots SEC Newcomer of the Year (2017)
First-team All-SEC (2017)
Ricky Town USC
Arkansas
Ventura
Pittsburgh[120]
Undrafted None None
Brady White Arizona State
Memphis[121]
Undrafted None None
Brandon Wimbush Notre Dame
UCF
Undrafted None None

Source:[122]

2015[edit]

Source:[123]
Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments
Shane Buechele Texas
SMU
Undrafted Kansas City Chiefs First-team All-AAC (2019)
K. J. Costello Stanford
Mississippi State
Undrafted Los Angeles Chargers Second-team All-Pac-12 (2018)
Jacob Eason Georgia
Washington[124]
2020 Rd. 4 Indianapolis Colts

Seattle Seahawks

Gatorade Football Player of the Year (2015)
USA Today Offensive Player of the Year (2015) SEC Champion (2017)
Rose Bowl Runner Up (2018)
Feleipe Franks Florida
Arkansas
Undrafted Atlanta Falcons 2018 Peach Bowl Offensive MVP
Jarrett Guarantano Tennessee
Washington State
In School None None
Dwayne Haskins Ohio State 2019 Rd. 1 Washington Redskins / Football Team
Pittsburgh Steelers
2018 Heisman Trophy Finalist
2018 Rose Bowl MVP
First team All-Big Ten (2018)
Graham–George Offensive Player of the Year (2018)
Malik Henry Florida State
Independence CC
Nevada
Undrafted None None
Brandon McIlwain South Carolina
California
Undrafted None None
Shea Patterson Ole Miss
Michigan
Undrafted Kansas City Chiefs Elite 11 MVP
Third-team All-Big Ten (2018)
Brandon Peters Michigan
Illinois
In School None Indiana's Mr. Football (2015)
Anthony Russo Temple
Michigan State
In School None None

2016[edit]

Source:[125]
Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments
Myles Brennan LSU In School None 2019 SEC Champion
2020 National Champion
Sean Clifford Penn State In School None None
Tommy DeVito Syracuse In School None None
Sam Ehlinger Texas 2021 Rd. 6 Indianapolis Colts 2019 Sugar Bowl MVP
2019 Alamo Bowl MVP
Second-team All-Big 12 Conference (2020)
Jake Fromm Georgia 2020 Rd. 5 Buffalo Bills SEC Champion (2017)
SEC Freshman Player of the Year (2017)
2018 Rose Bowl winner
Hunter Johnson Clemson
Northwestern
In School None 2017 US Army All-American Bowl MVP
2016 Indiana Mr. Football Award
Tate Martell Ohio State
Miami
UNLV
In School None 2× USA Today All-American (2014, 2016)
Gatorade Football Player of the Year (2016)
USA Today Offensive Player of the Year (2016)
2019 Rose Bowl Champion
Cotton Bowl Classic Champion (2017)
Big Ten Champion (2017), (2018)
Dylan McCaffrey Michigan
Northern Colorado
In School None None
Davis Mills Stanford 2021 Rd. 3 Houston Texans None
Chris Robison Oklahoma
Florida Atlantic
Undrafted None First team All-Conference USA (2019)
Jack Sears USC
Boise State
In School None None
Tua Tagovailoa Alabama 2020 Rd. 1 Miami Dolphins Elite 11 MVP
Heisman trophy runner-up (2018)
CFP National Champion (2017)
2018 CFP National Championship Offensive MVP
Maxwell Award (2018)
Walter Camp Award (2018)
SEC Offensive Player of the Year (2018)
First-Team All-SEC (2018)
Consensus All-American (2018)
2018 Orange Bowl Offensive MVP
Second Team All-SEC (2019)

2017[edit]

Source:[126]
Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments
Cammon Cooper Washington State In School None None
Matt Corral Ole Miss In School None 2021 Outback Bowl (MVP)
Justin Fields Georgia
Ohio State
2021 Rd. 1 Chicago Bears Elite 11 MVP
SEC East Champion (2018)
Heisman Trophy – Third Place (2019)
Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year (2019)
Big Ten Quarterback of the Year (2019)
First Team All Big Ten (2019, 2020)
Big Ten Champion (2019)
Big Ten Championship MVP (2019)
Trevor Lawrence Clemson 2021 Rd. 1 Jacksonville Jaguars Hall Trophy (2017)
USA Today Offensive Player of the Year (2017)
ACC Rookie of the Year (2018)
ACC Offensive Rookie of the Year (2018)
2019 CFP National Champion (2019)
Second team All-ACC (2018)
ACC Champion (2018, 2019)
First team All-ACC (2019, 2020)
Devin Leary NC State In School None None
Tanner McKee Stanford In School None None
Quincy Patterson Virginia Tech
North Dakota State
In School None None
Justin Rogers TCU
UNLV
In School None None
Tyler Shough Oregon
Texas Tech
In School None 2020 Rose Bowl Champion
Dorian Thompson-Robinson UCLA In School None Second-team All-Pac-12 (2020)
Jack Tuttle Utah
Indiana
In School None None
Jarren Williams Miami (FL)
South Florida
In School None None

2018[edit]

Source:[2][127]
Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments
Zach Calzada Texas A&M In School None None
Jayden Daniels Arizona State In School None None
Max Duggan TCU In School None None
Ty Evans NC State
Texas State
In School None None
Grant Gunnell Arizona
Memphis
In School None USA Today All-American (2018)
Ryan Hilinski South Carolina
Northwestern
In School None None
Sam Howell North Carolina In School None Second-team All-ACC (2020)
Third-team All-ACC (2019)
ACC Rookie of the Year (2019)
USA Today Freshman All-American (2019)
Military Bowl MVP (2019)
D'Wan Mathis Georgia
Temple
In School None None
Brian Maurer Tennessee In School None None
Cade McNamara Michigan In School None None
Graham Mertz Wisconsin In School None None
Dylan Morris Washington In School None None
Bo Nix Auburn In School None Alabama Mr. Football (2018)
USA Today All-American (2018)
SEC Freshman of the Year (2019)
Spencer Rattler Oklahoma In School None Elite 11 MVP
2x Big 12 Champion (2019, 2020)
Big 12 Championship MVP (2020)
First-team All-Big 12 (2020)
Taulia Tagovailoa Alabama
Maryland
In School None None
Paul Tyson Alabama In School None 2021 CFP National Champion

2019[edit]

D. J. Uiagalelei was selected to the 2019 Elite 11 finals but he could not participate because of overlapping obligations to his high school team (St. John Bosco Football) so they selected C. J. Stroud instead, who ended up as the 2019 Elite 11 MVP.

Source:[128]
Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments
Harrison Bailey Tennessee In School None None
Carson Beck Georgia In School None None
Hudson Card Texas In School None None
Jacolby Criswell North Carolina In School None 2019–20 Arkansas Gatorade Player of the Year
Hunter Dekkers Iowa State In School None 2019–20 Iowa Gatorade Player of the Year
Luke Doty South Carolina In School None South Carolina's Mr. Football (2019)
Tyler Van Dyke Miami (FL) In School None None
T. J. Finley LSU
Auburn
In School None None
Ethan Garbers Washington
UCLA
In School None None
Haynes King Texas A&M In School None None
Chandler Morris Oklahoma
TCU
In School None None
Sol-Jay Maiava BYU In School None None
Drew Pyne Notre Dame In School None None
Jeff Sims Georgia Tech In School None None
C. J. Stroud Ohio State In School None Elite 11 MVP
Bryce Young Alabama In School None 2019–20 California Gatorade Player of the Year
2021 CFP National Champion
USA Today Offensive Player of the Year (2019)
USA Today High School All-American (2019)

2020[edit]

Source:[citation needed]
Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments
Tyler Buchner Notre Dame In School None None
Kyron Drones Baylor In School None None
Tyler Macon Missouri In School None None
Drake Maye North Carolina In School None None
J. J. McCarthy Michigan In School None None
Kyle McCord Ohio State In School None None
Miller Moss USC In School None None
Garret Nussmeier LSU In School None None
Kaidon Salter Tennessee In School None None
Ty Thompson Oregon In School None None
Brock Vandagriff Georgia In School None None
Caleb Williams Oklahoma In School None Elite 11 MVP

2021[edit]

Source:[129]
Name Colleges Attended NFL Draft NFL Teams Awards/Accomplishments
Drew Allar Penn State In School None None
Devin Brown USC In School None None
Nick Evers Florida In School None None
Quinn Ewers Ohio State In School None None
Katin Houser Michigan State In School None None
Walker Howard LSU In School None None
Cade Klubnik Clemson In School None Elite 11 MVP
Maalik Murphy Texas In School None None
Zach Pyron Baylor In School None None
Luther Richesson Cincinnati In School None None
Ty Simpson Alabama In School None None
Conner Weigman Texas A&M In School None None

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