Seven TXHSFB Quarterbacks Selected for Prestigious Elite 11 Finals

Kaidon Salter (Photo: Victor Diaz)

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The 2020 Elite 11 Finals will bring together top performers to receive advanced, one-on-one quarterback instruction in a highly competitive setting. The 2020 Elite 11 Finals will span three days (June 29-July 1) and include on-field drills, routes-on-air, classroom instruction and off-field development. 

In total, 20 quarterbacks were selected to compete. The 'Elite 11', which recognizes the top 11 performances from the event, will be named at the conclusion of The Elite 11 Finals.

Dematrius Davis - North Shore
The two-time state champion is rated as a four-star prospect and checks in at No. 27 in the DCTF Hot 100. Davis is committed to Auburn. 

Kyron Drones - Shadow Creek
The Baylor commit led his team to the state title in 2019. He is a strong-armed prospect with a great frame. Drones checks in as a three-star prospect at No. 56 in the DCTF Hot 100. 

Grayson James - Plano John Paul II 
James helped lead his team to the state championship game in 2019. He is an accurate quarterback who completed 62% of his passes as a junior. James has offers from schools like Abilene Christian, Texas State, ULM, UAB, and more. 

Maddox Kopp - Houston St. Thomas
Kopp was named the DCTF Prospect on the Rise just two weeks ago and now has earned another prestigious honor. A big and strong quarterback who has yet to decide on a college. Houston recently offered. 

Behren Morton - Eastland
The son of Eastland head coach James Morton is a cerebral quarterback with a quick trigger. Morton checks in at No. 39 in the DCTF Hot 100. The four-star prospect is committed to Texas Tech.

Garrett Nussmeier - Flower Mound Marcus
The son of Dallas Cowboys assistant coach Doug Nussmeier made his commitment to LSU. The four-star checks in at No. 18 in the DCTF Hot 100. 

Kaidon Salter - Cedar Hill
Salter was the MVP at the Next Level Texas Top 100 in Dallas. He checks in as a four-star prospect and at No. 25 in the DCTF Hot 100. Salter is committed to Tennessee. 

Note: Updated from six to seven quarterbacks. 

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