Tua Tagovailoa was one of just 24 quarterbacks from all over the country invited to participate in Elite 11 finals. While the Alabama commit has already established himself as the top QB here in the 808, the St. Louis signal caller wasted no time showing the scouts on the mainland why he could be the best, to come out of the class of 2017 as well.
According to ESPN's Phil Murphy, Tagovailoa was named the best quarterback at the camp by Elite 11 counselors earlier today. It's worth noting that yesterday the Crusader finished first in a pro day style competition as well.
If Tagovailoa is named one of the top 12 quarterbacks by the Elite 11 coaching staff he'll punch his ticket to the Opening finals in Eugene, Oregon - which is one the most prestigious invites in the country for high school football players.
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