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.
Under the direction of Coach Tom Earle, The Woodlands Christian Academy won it's fourth-straight Girl's TAPPS Cross Country Title and third-consecutive Boy's Title in late October in Waco.
Ladies first. Ellie Catron won her third-straight individual title and Lindsay Worthington took fourth. Fern Shirley was sixth, Isabella Krantzke was 16th and Ellie Johnson rounded out the top five for the Warriors.
Ben Shearer finished first overall on the boys' side, demolishing the competition. The second-place finisher crossed the finish line almost a minute after Shearer. Josh Mueck took bronze, while Caleb Bigler was eighth. Zachary Bagnoli and Lucas Trevathan finished in the Top 25.
Can the Warriors keep the tradition going as they move up to Class 5A TAPPS competition? Stay Tuned.