Live Updates: Day 2 at the 2020 Elite 11 Finals
MURFREESBORO, Ten. -- 20 of the top college football quarterback prospects in the class of 2021 have descended upon Blackman High School for the Elite 11 Finals.
The prestigious three-day camp -- with past winners such as Justin Fields, Tua Tagovailoa, Jameis Winston and Matt Stafford just to name a few -- kicks off Monday afternoon and SI All-American is on hand for the entirety of the 22nd annual event.
SIAA will track all of the biggest news of the day right here in one spot with real-time updates, video, ongoing analysis and more as the competition heats up.
10:45 pm - Kaidon Salter, Tennessee commitment, was steady all night long. He hit big on the run and outside the numbers and kept a tight spiral well more than not. He looked much more comfortable taking drops and working through his release than the night prior.
10:36 pm - Carlos Del Rio, Florida commitment, set the tone from his first few throws and his accuracy and timing never slowed down through nearly 20 throws. He was accurate to all three levels and his velocity never tapered off despite being one of the night’s final acts.
10:26 pm - Brock Vandagriff, Georgia commitment, started off as well as any passer on this night. He was especially strong down the field with great timing and consistent velocity. Towards the end of the workout it tailed off a bit from an accuracy standpoint.
10:15 pm - Garrett Nussmeier, LSU commitment, got hot and remained that way towards the end of the workout. The deeper and outside the numbers shots in particular were major strengths. He and Williams each hit 10 high-score marks through their workouts.
10:07 pm - Maddox Kopp, uncommitted, shined most on balls beyond 25 yards much like his did Monday in winning the rail shot competition. He found more consistency in the intermediate than the first day of action, too. It appears he won’t be without a Power Five offer much longer.
9:57 pm - Caleb Williams, uncommitted, really picked up heat as the workout wore on. He was especially efficient to his right and displayed that signature arm strength and velocity on routine. With the exception of out-breaking routes to his left, it was another relative clinic.
9:42 pm - Jay Allen, committed to Florida for baseball, hit his stride in the intermediate game about halfway through the work. The deep balls weren’t quite there throughout.
9:34 pm - Luke Altmyer, Florida State commitment, made a strong statement with his 7-cuts to each side of the field to an audible reaction. The live arm is always on display but he can miss high at times, too.
9:25 pm - Miller Moss, USC commitment, flashed his elite anticipation and ball placement more times than not. The arm strength isn’t as consistent down the field but few have looked better in the intermediate game. He’s the first passer to hit the seemingly simple swing route in stride.
9:16 pm - Tyler Buchner, Notre Dame commitment, started off much like where he left off yesterday - with room for improvement. His timing looked better as the workout wore on and the intermediate accuracy followed.
8:52 pm - Dematrius Davis, Auburn commitment, was sharp with his timing and anticipation throughout the workout. The accuracy was a bit sporadic but he was most comfortable outside the pocket.
8:42 pm - Drake Maye, North Carolina commitment, started hot and remained relatively consistent through the workout. His deep balls were rock solid despite somewhat slow-footed tendencies. Timing wasn’t on par with the best despite the arm talent being right there. Closed very well.
8:34 pm - Behren Morton, Texas Tech commitment, struggled out of the gate but put together one of the best deep balls a few reps in. His travels far while on a line while most allowed more air down the field. Short to intermediate improvement is needed.
8:26 pm - Ty Thompson, Oregon commitment, was sharp on intermediate attempts. As the wind picked up, it didn’t impact his ball as much as others. High-arching down the field and on-time in the foreground, it was another good night of work for the future Duck.
8:18 pm - Kyron Drones, Baylor commitment, wowed with a few of his deep balls — including the longest throw on the script (7-cut). When he drives the ball few spirals appear as tight as his.
8:10 pm - Kyle McCord, Ohio State commitment, started off up and down but really caught fire while navigating through the halfway point of the script. He was late a few times but found consistency on out-breaking routes and to the third level.
8:00 pm - Christian Veilleux, Penn State commitment, worked well to his left with good power and second-level accuracy. He was up and down at the deepest level and missed a few gimmes.
7:50 pm - Tyler Macon, Missouri commitment, is up and down in the short game but nails on the longer cuts. The 7-cut in either direction was about as on the mark as it gets.
7:41 pm - Grayson James, uncommitted, struggled right out of the gates. The arm strength was there but the accuracy was not until the final throws of the workout. Outside the pocket passes were more on-line.
7:32 pm - JJ McCarthy, Michigan commitment, was the first competitor through the pro day among high school prospects. He set a solid tone, excelling on intermediate routes and on the move.
7:25 pm - The counselors are wrapped up in their versions of the pro day workout. Trey Lance (NDSU), Justin Fields (Ohio State) and KJ Kostello (Miss. State) went through it. Jamie Newman (Georgia) did not.
6:55 pm - A light rain beginning to fall here at Oakland High School as counselor KJ Kostello (Mississippi State) fires routes on air.
6:45 pm - A select group of passers are on the field warming up ahead of pro day. Ty Thompson (Oregon), Demetrius Davis (Auburn), Tyler Macon (Missouri), Christian Veilleux (Penn State) among the competitions in the initial group.
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