Last year, Austin Westlake's Cade Klubnik was able to earn Elite 11 MVP honors. This year, Texas high school football sends two of its brightest stars out to California to try and double down.
Jackson Arnold (6'2, 200) - Denton Guyer
The Oklahoma commit is the No. 1 rated QB in the DCTF Hot 100, checking in as the No. 7 prospect overall. Arnold burst onto the recruiting scene at last year's Elite 11 regional camp in Dallas. He backed up his camp performance with an outstanding junior season, passing for 3,921 yards and 34 touchdowns to help lead the Wildcats to a state title appearance. Arnold possesses the arm to make all of the throws and is accurate on the move.
Austin Novosad (6'3, 185) - Dripping Springs
The Baylor commit is rated as the No. 2 QB in the DCTF Hot 100, checking in as the No. 32 prospect overall. Novosad will be one of the hot topics. He has been a longtime BU commit, but he is considering offers from Texas A&M and Ohio State. The DCTF four-star is coming off of a strong performance at the Texas State 7-on-7 tournament, where he showcased a quick and consistent release to go with a plus arm.
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