The final day of the Elite 11 is today, from 3-10 PM Eastern time. As always, post any updates you find along with normal discussion.
I'm also going to put some reviews in the OP that I haven't seen posted so far.
Davis Webb- Webb’s appearance off the field is deceiving, but once he’s in live action the Texas Tech commit shows a willingness and confidence to take chances and make high level plays.
Honorable Mention: Shane Morris, Riley Ferguson
Shane Morris- Morris’ arm strength was a well known commodity coming into this event, but that doesn’t diminish the fact that he has the best arm in attendance. At times the velocity on his ball rivals that of some of the college counselors.
Honorable Mention: Asiantii Woulard, Christian Hackenberg
JT Barrett- Quickness in drops, decision-making, and getting rid of the ball is the primary difference between the high school participants and college counselors. Barrett has shown he’s among the fastest in those areas through three days of action.
Honorable Mention: Shane Morris
And then from this thread on 247, per JC Shurburtt;
"We think the top five "performers" at this particular event (based on what we've seen) are in no order...
"Prospect-wise, we think...
1- Max Browne
2- Shane Morris
3- Christian Hackenberg
4- JT Barrett
5- Kevin Olsen"