Make sure to submit your information to be considered for an Elite 11 Regional by clicking here.

Please note: Completing this player submission link just enters your information for review by our player personnel staff. Our player personnel will do their best to review all applicants and you will receive information later in the offseason (typically January) for the event you've been selected for by our staff - either The Opening/Elite 11 regional camp or The Opening Combine.


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 $40 and are open to top Class of 2021 and 2022 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 will earn a spot to compete at the Elite 11 Quarterback finals in June.



Elite 11 event alumni include 25 of the 32 current NFL starting quarterbacks, and 12 of the past 13 quarterbacks who have hoisted the Heisman Trophy.


In addition, 40 of the top 50 NFL passers in 2019 attended the Elite 11 Finals or an Elite 11 Regional.




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 media credential requests and other media questions, please contact Kirsten Leetch

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Q: Who attends The Elite 11 Regionals and what is their purpose?
A: The Elite 11 Regionals are designed to help elite high school players with college potential advance their football and training knowledge in order to maximize their ability. Participants are taught position-specific and athletic performance drills designed by some of the top NFL football players and sports performance specialists in America. The players will have an opportunity to work with The Elite 11 coaching staff that have helped mold stars such as Deshaun Watson, Jared Goff and many, many more. In addition, top performers will have a chance to qualify for a spot at The Opening Finals, four days of dynamic competition for the country's most elite high school football prospects in July.

Q: How does a player get registered to attend an Elite 11 Regional?
A: The Elite 11 Regionals are $40 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 2020 as well as top underclassmen. Players can be recommended by their coach as a high-level recruit to pre-register for the camp. If a recommendation is not possible then a player can
recommend himself to be evaluated. The Opening Combines are also a great way to earn a spot at The Elite 11 Regional camps, as top testers at the combine events can earn an invite back to the camp the next day.


High School Coaches are encouraged to send in recommendations as soon as the season ends by using the Coach's Submission Form.


Varsity level players, to submit yourself for consideration, visit the Player's Submission Form.

Be sure to include 2019 stats and a link to view varsity highlights online.

For more information regarding 2020 The Elite 11 Regionals, to submit an all-state or all-area team with nominees on it, or if you are a coach wanting to work the camp, please contact:








Q: What will I be tested in? 

A: 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).

Q: How heavy is the Powerball?
A: The weight of the Powerball is 6 pounds.

Q: What are other benefits in attending an Elite 11 Regional?
A: The Elite 11 Regionals provide the best opportunity for national exposure that a camp can offer. Video and action photos for Student Sports and other national media will be taken. The Elite 11 Regionals are well attended, by all of the major national recruiting websites so top participants could be part of the in-depth coverage across the recruiting internet landscape. Also, The Elite 11 Regional is a great opportunity to be evaluated and potentially qualify for Student Sports’ many elite events that take place later in the summer such as The Opening Finals and Elite 11 Finals.

Q: Can a bad performance at The Elite 11 Regionals hurt my stock?
A: No, definitely not! The Elite 11 Regionals 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. Don’t let someone tell you not to go to The Elite 11 Regionals without calling us at 800-660-1334 to put your concerns to rest, as there is a lot of misinformation out there and it’s important to go to the source with questions. Student Sports always places your best interests first!

Q: My high school is not listed, what should I do?
A: If you do not see your school on the list of high schools after selecting the school state, you can request to have your school added to the list. Please complete the registration process using another school from the appropriate state list then email the athletes name, correct high school, including the school city & state, and the event the athlete registered to attend. To report a missing school and/or have your school updated, please click 
here now!

​Q: Can I go to The Elite 11 Regional to watch?
A: 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 and safe for all participants however we will do our best to provide as much viewing room as possible.

Q: Will the testing results be posted publicly?

A: Testing results will be viewable but for participants as well as college coaches but not posted publicly.


Q: I would like to volunteer as a coach or event helper. Where can I sign up? 

A: Our Coach's Registration form will be available once the dates and locations for the regionals have been released.


Q: I am from a media outlet and I’d like to come to a Testing Day. Do I need to pre-register to attend?

A: Yes, media outlets must pre-register and be pre-approved before coming to The Elite 11 Regionals. Pre-registration will be available once the dates and locations have been released.


Q: I’ve heard one benefit of the Regional is seeing other great players. Is that true?

A: Yes, the Regionals are known for the quality of football players they attract and one benefit to you will be seeing how you stack up with your peers. Consider these numbers: 

  • Every year, about one of every three The Elite 11 Regional attendees signs with a D-I college, and this past year, 45 percent of high school seniors who signed a football scholarship attended one of The Elite 11 Regionals.

  • The consensus No. 1 player in nine of the past ten classes — DE Kayvon Thibodeaux (Class of ’19), Georgia QB Justin Fields (Class of '18), Alabama RB Najee Harris (Class of '17), Michigan DL Rashan Gary (Class of ’16), Florida OL Martez Ivey (Class of ’15), Jaguars RB Leonard Fournette (Class of ’14), Cardinals DL Robert Nkemdiche (Class of ’13) and Giants DL Mario Edwards (Class of ’12) all felt it important enough to attend one of The Elite 11 Regionals. Every top college football program evaluates and signs recruits who come to The Elite 11 Regionals. 

  • Every one of the 130 Division I FBS college football programs currently has an alum from The Elite 11 Regionals on the roster. Also, in the past, major programs like Oklahoma, USC, Alabama, and Ohio State have signed more than a dozen attendees of The Elite 11 Regionals in one class.

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QB Mitch Trubisky (Bears)
RB Giovani Bernard (Bengals)

LB Vontaze Burfict (Bengals)

QB Andy Dalton (Bengals)

TE Tyler Eifert (Bengals)

WR A.J. Green (Bengals)

DB Dre Kirkpatrick (Bengals)
RB Joe Mixon (Bengals)
WR John Ross (Bengals)
RB LeSean McCoy (Bills)
QB Tyrod Taylor (Bills)
RB C.J. Anderson (Broncos)
LB Brandon Marshall (Broncos)

LB Von Miller (Broncos)
CB Aqib Talib (Broncos)
WR Corey Coleman

DE Myles Garrett (Browns)

QB Deshone Kizer (Browns)
RB Doug Martin (Buccaneers)
DT Gerald McCoy (Buccaneers)

QB Jameis Winston (Buccaneers)

DB Deone Bucannon (Cardinals)

WR Larry Fitzgerald (Cardinals)
QB Carson Palmer (Cardinals)
CB Patrick Peterson (Cardinals)

DE Melvin Ingram (Chargers)

DT Brandon Mebane (Chargers)
DB Eric Berry (Chiefs)
LB Justin Houston (Chiefs)
CB Vontae Davis (Colts)
QB Andrew Luck (Colts)
WR Donte Moncrief (Colts)
RB Ezekiel Elliott (Cowboys)
RB Darren McFadden (Cowboys)

RB Alfred Morris (Cowboys)
OL Tyron Smith (Cowboys)

LB Kiko Alonso (Dolphins)
WR Jarvis Landry (Dolphins)
OL Mike Pouncey (Dolphins)
DT Ndamukong Suh (Dolphins)
QB Ryan Tannehill (Dolphins)

WR Nelson Agholor (Eagles)
LB Mychal Kendricks (Eagles)

RB Devonta Freeman (Falcons)

WR Julio Jones (Falcons)

OL Alex Mack (Falcons)
WR Odell Beckham Jr. (Giants)
DB Landon Collins (Giants)
TE Evan Engram (Giants)

OL Ereck Flowers (Giants)
DE DeForest Buckner (49ers)
LB Reuben Foster (49ers)

DE Solomon Thomas (49ers)
QB Blake Bortles (Jaguars)
RB Leonard Fournette (Jaguars)
LB Paul Posluszny (Jaguars)

DB Jalen Ramsey (Jaguars)
RB Matt Forte (Jets)
RB Ameer Abdullah (Lions)
LB Jarrad Davis (Lions)

QB Matt Stafford (Lions)

WR Randall Cobb (Packers)

LB Clay Matthews (Packers)

OL Ryan Kalil (Panthers)

QB Cam Newton (Panthers)

WR Curtis Samuel (Panthers)

RB Jonathan Stewart (Panthers)

LB Shaq Thompson (Panthers)
TE Rob Gronkowski (Patriots)
QB Derek Carr (Raiders)
WR Amari Cooper (Raiders)

QB Jared Goff (Rams)

RB Todd Gurley (Rams)
WR Robert Woods (Rams)

WR Mike Wallace (Chargers)

DB Eric Weddle (Ravens)
QB Kirk Cousins (Redkins)
RB Matt Jones (Redskins)
LB Ryan Kerrigan (Redskins)
WR Ted Ginn Jr. (Saints)
DE Cameron Jordan (Saints)

RB Alvin Kamara (Chargers)

DB Kenny Vaccaro (Saints)

DB Kam Chancellor (Seahawks)

WR Tyler Lockett (Chargers)

CB Richard Sherman (Seahawks)

RB Le’veon Bell (Steelers)

WR Antonio Brown (Steelers)

DB Joe Haden (Steelers)

DL Cameron Heyward (Steelers)

OL Maurkice Pouncey (Steelers)
LB Ryan Shazier (Steelers)
WR Juju Smith-Schuster (Steelers)
CB Kareem Jackson (Texans)
QB Deshaun Watson (Texans)
DE J.J. Watt (Texans)
DB Adoree Jackson (Titans)

RB Derrick Henry (Titans)

QB Marcus Mariota (Titans)

RB Demarco Murray (Titans)
LB Brian Orakpo (Titans)

QB Sam Bradford (Vikings)
QB Teddy Bridgewater (Vikings)
WR Stefon Diggs (Vikings)
DT Sharrif Floyd (Vikings)
LB Chad Greenway (Vikings)
OT Matt Kalil (Vikings)

LB Eric Kendricks (Vikings)
DB Xavier Rhodes (Vikings)
DB Harrison Smith (Vikings)

Over 700 The Opening Regional alums currently on NFL rosters, including 22 of the 2018 NFL Draft’s 1st round picks, and that number is sure to grow in the next six months as current college stars that attended an Opening Regional complete their senior seasons and get ready for the NFL Draft. The Opening Regionals are where the best go to compete and get better!


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