Every year, the Elite 11 is the premiere quarterback competition in the country.
After looking at quarterbacks around the country, the Top 20 signal-callers are invited to a three-day event which determines who the Elite 11 quarterback is.
Houston will have a solid chance to have one of, if not the top, quarterback in the country once it is all said and done. The State of Texas is sending seven quarterbacks to the competition in Nashville, with three coming from Houston.
Shadow Creek's Kyron Drones, St. Thomas' Maddox Kopp and North Shore's Dematrius Davis were selected for the annual competition.
Recently, Drones and Kopp joined VYPE Managing Editor Joshua Koch for an in-depth interview to talk Elite 11, representing Texas on a national level and how they are continuing to get ready for the 2020 season.
Tillie Claggett, John Cooper School, Golf and Swimming
Tillie Claggett hasn't been in Texas long, but she's taken the Lone Star State's golf scene by story. The Canadian-born Claggett recently verballed to Vanderbilt University to play her college golf. She's also a decorated high school swimmer.
Cullen Montgomery, Episcopal
At 6-foot-6, 300-pounds, Episcopal's Cullen Montgomery has always been able to push opponents around on the field. Montgomery enters his senior season as a member of one of the best OLs in the state. He will take his services to the University of Oklahoma in 2021.
Jaylen Wysinger, St. Pius X, Basketball
The St. Pius X guard is emerging as one of Houston's top playmakers. Jaylen Wysinger was recently offered by the University of Detroit Mercy to play basketball. The all-district selection will bring optimism to the Panthers entering the 2020-21 season.
Sania Petties, Episcopal, Volleyball
The Episcopal Knights strike fear in private and public schools alike. The Knights won the SPC title a year ago and returns a ton of talent. Sania Petties is one of those returning. She is committed to Mississippi State to play her college ball as a middle and outside hitter.
Maddox Kopp, St. Thomas, Football
St. Thomas QB Maddox Kopp just hit the national scene. The senior QB has been invited to the Elite 11 Finals later this summer. At 6-foot-5, Kopp looks the part of a pro-style QB and makes the Eagles the private school team to beat in 2020.