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Elite 11's Ohio Regional: St. Clair Dominates as Top QB Prospect

Elite 11's Ohio Regional: St. Clair Dominates as Top QB Prospect
Elite 11's Ohio Regional: St. Clair Dominates as Top QB Prospect

Elite 11 2024: 5-Star Tavien St. Clair Emerges as Top Quarterback at Ohio Regional

During the Elite 11 regional event held in Upper Arlington, Ohio, 5-star quarterback Tavien St. Clair showcased his exceptional talent, earning recognition as the top performer.

Alpha Dog: Tavien St. Clair

Currently ranked as the No. 2 quarterback in the 2025 class, St. Clair's performance at the regional event solidified his position as a contender for the No. 1 spot. His consistent accuracy, effortless execution, and complete control of his body impressed the coaches.

St. Clair's mechanics also stood out, with a smooth and repeatable stroke that generated power without excess effort. He displayed the ability to layer the football effectively, despite his college-ready size.

Next Two

  • Treston Kini McMillan: Despite his smaller stature, McMillan showcased his exceptional arm strength and ability to challenge tight coverage. His direct and deliberate throws earned him the Panini Accuracy Challenge for the upperclassmen quarterbacks.

  • Jamison Kitna: Kitna surprised many with his improved performance, demonstrating impressive velocity and accuracy. He has the potential to rise in recruiting rankings with a strong senior season.

Scouting the Commits

Several committed quarterbacks also impressed at the event:

  • Mason Heintschel (Pittsburgh): Displayed exceptional accuracy and arm talent, exceeding expectations as a passer.
  • Scotty Fox (West Virginia): Showed flashes of brilliance with beautiful throws, but needs to improve consistency.
  • Brennen Ward (Kentucky): Working his way back from an injury, Ward showed physical potential and feel for the position.
  • Stone Saunders (Kentucky): A prolific passer known for his stationary throws and adds variety to Kentucky's quarterback room.
  • Jimmy Sullivan (Iowa): Demonstrated mechanical soundness and accuracy, despite a lack of overpowering arm strength.
  • Kelden Ryan (Virginia Tech): Had an up-and-down day but displayed potential in run-pass option drills.
  • Noah Ehrlich (Miami-OH): Caught attention with his accuracy and release, despite not being in the featu

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