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Founded in 1999, the Elite 11 is the premier quarterback event in the nation, bringing together the nation’s top signal callers each offseason to compete and improve their skillset both on and off-the-field. 


The Elite 11 Regional camps cost $50 and are open to top Class of 2025 and outstanding select underclass quarterbacks. Participants will enjoy a five-hour curriculum that includes testing and position-specific instruction by some of the top quarterback coaches and mentors in the nation. Those who show the highest level of skill, acumen and desire can earn a spot to compete at the Elite 11 Quarterback finals in the summer of 2024.


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Quarterbacks will need to submit film (Hudl link or DVD) as well as varsity stats and/or coaches' recommendations for consideration visit the Player's Submission Form.


For all media questions and requests - please fill out this form HERE

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  • What is the difference between the Elite 11 QB Regional and the ALL 22 powered by Elite 11 Regional?
    Both events run at the same time, but the ALL 22 event is designed for all positions (RB, WR, TE, OL, DL, LB & DB), while Elite 11 QB drills are just for the quarterbacks.
  • Who attends the ALL 22 powered by Elite 11 Regional and what is their purpose?
    Designed by the creators of The Opening and the Elite 11 QB events, the ALL 22 powered by Elite 11 Regionals are designed to help elite high school players with high level college potential advance their football and training knowledge in order to maximize their ability. Participant numbers are limited to maximize reps and top level competition between only the nation’s best at their respective positions. Top performers from the regional events will have a chance to be selected to compete at the Elite 11 Finals, three days of dynamic competition for the country's most elite high school football prospects alongside the nation’s top 20 quarterbacks this summer. This will be the nation’s most elite camp and one you will not want to miss!
  • How does a player get registered to attend an ALL 22 powered by Elite 11 Regional?
    The events are free but space is limited in order to maximize the experience for all involved. Registration information is sent out to top players/recruits who are in the Class of 2025 as well as top underclassmen. Check your email or DMs on Twitter for an invite and more information, any questions about the event or participation, please email
  • What will I be tested in?
    The 40-yard dash (twice, fastest time kept), vertical jump (highest jump kept), the 20-yard shuttle (twice, fastest time kept) and the kneeling power ball throw (twice, farthest throw kept).
  • How heavy is the Powerball?
    The weight of the Powerball is 6 pounds.
  • What are other benefits in attending an ALL 22 powered by Elite 11 Regional?
    Definitely. The events provide the best opportunity for national exposure that a camp can offer. Video from the events will be distributed to all Power 4 coaching staffs through the UCReport. The ALL 22 powered by Elite 11 Regionals are well attended by all of the major national recruiting websites so top participants will be part of the in-depth coverage across the recruiting internet landscape. Also, the ALL 22 powered by Elite 11 Regional is a great opportunity to be evaluated and potentially be selected to attend the Elite 11 Finals later in the summer.
  • Can a bad performance at an event hurt my stock?
    No, definitely not! The events are about getting better and competing. Bottom line, this is a top-of-the-line, well-organized event that top players can come to compete with and learn from the best. The event also has a “scratch rule” for testing - if an athlete is not happy with their testing results, they may have them removed from record prior to that information being shared with college coaches and the media.
  • Can I go to the ALL 22 powered by Elite 11 Regional to watch?
    It depends on the venue. At outdoor facilities, all parents and spectators will be allowed to watch the event from a designated viewing area only. Parents and spectators will not be allowed on the field, sideline or track. At indoor facilities space is very limited so viewing room will depend on the venue. We must keep the fields safe for all participants however we will do our best to provide as much viewing room as possible.
  • Will the testing results be posted publicly?
    Testing results will be viewable but for participants as well as college coaches but not posted publicly.
  • I would like to volunteer as a coach or event helper. Where can I sign up?
    Email Jonathan Wong ( if you have interest in volunteering at a regional event.
  • I am from a media outlet and I’d like to come to a Regional. Do I need to pre-register to attend?
    Yes, media outlets must be pre-approved before coming to an ALL 22 powered by Elite 11 Regional. ALL media must complete this form to request a media credential. Please email Lu Alvarado at if you have any other questions regarding media.
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