Wichita, Kansas 2022-07-02 20:02:05 –
KSNW, Kansas — Avery Johnson, one of Kansas’ top football players, was officially named Elite 11 Quarterback on Friday.
Currently ranked Johnson Rivals and 4-star rookie of 247Sports, I participated in the Elite 11 tournament in Los Angeles last week. In this competition, top quarterbacks nationwide will receive one-on-one training in a “very competitive environment”.
The corn quarterback was in the top 11 of the 20 signalers for all three days.
Johnson was one of two quarterbacks to join the five-star quarterback Dante Moore from Detroit, Michigan, to keep the list from committing to college, but was decided on July 5, according to 247Sports. Will be given.
According to rivals, Johnson’s top three schools are Kansas, Washington, and Oregon.
As a junior, according to 247Sports, Johnson put the Maze Eagles into the 5A State Championship, throwing 2,550 yards and finding the end zone 20 times.
He also occupied 1,080 yards on the ground and recorded 22 rush touchdowns in his third year.
The 2022 Elite 11 Final, held June 28-30, combined drills, junior season movies and Elite 11 coaching staff to determine the top 11 new hires.
Former Kansas state quarterback Skylar Thompson was an Elite 11 finalist in 2015, but didn’t make the final cut.
According to the Elite 11 website, 12 of the last 13 Heisman Trophy quarterbacks have participated in the Elite 11 Final or Elite 11 Regional. Fifteen of the top 20 NFL passers-by in 2019 were also Elite 11 performers.
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