Preview of the Elite 11 Austin Regional

Elite 11 Regional Camp Draws Top Quarterback Prospects

This Sunday, March 24, over 50 of the mid-south’s top quarterback prospects will gather in Austin, Texas for an Elite 11 regional camp. The goal for these prospects is to earn an invitation to the Elite 11 Finals this summer. Rivals will be present at the camp to evaluate the participants and gather information on their recruitments. Additionally, various top position prospects from the region will also be in attendance, participating in their own drills.

The roster for the camp features nine power four conference commits, including some highly-ranked prospects. Saraland (Ala.) four-star Texas commit, KJ Lacey, who is ranked as the No. 19 overall prospect in the 2025 class, will be one of the key participants. Other committed prospects include Denton (Texas) Guyer four-star Oklahoma commit Kevin Sperry, San Antonio (Texas) Johnson four-star TCU commit Ty Hawkins, and several others.

In addition to the committed prospects, there will be other quarterback prospects in attendance such as Kaleb Bailey, Legend Bey, Jax Brown, Jake Fette, Peyton Houston, and more. The camp will provide a platform for these young talents to showcase their skills and compete against each other.

One of the key storylines to watch at the camp is the battle for the top quarterback spot in Texas in the 2025 class. With Hawkins, Russell, and Schobel all closely ranked in the state, it will be interesting to see how they perform against each other. The recent transfer of Sperry to Denton Guyer adds another layer of intrigue to the competition, as he looks to establish himself as the top quarterback in Texas.

Another area of interest will be the 2026 prospects attending the camp. Players like Romin Seymour, Jake Fette, Legend Bey, and Grant Smith are among those expected to make an impact. These young talents will be looking to separate themselves from the pack and solidify their status as top prospects in their class.

One prospect who will be closely watched is KJ Lacey, the highly-rated Longhorns pledge. Lacey will have the opportunity to make a case for himself as a five-star talent at the camp. With his exceptional passing accuracy and ability to make throws from different platforms, Lacey has the potential to impress scouts and potentially earn a higher ranking.

Overall, the Elite 11 regional camp in Austin promises to be a showcase of top quarterback talent from the mid-south region. With a mix of committed prospects and up-and-coming stars, the camp will offer an exciting opportunity for these young athletes to compete and prove themselves on a national stage.