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July 8, 2004After 11 NIKE Camps, seven EA SPORTS Elite 11 Quarterback Regional Camps and the evaluation of over 1,000 top high school quarterbacks both in person and on film, the selection process for the 2004 EA SPORTS Elite 11 Quarterback Campetition is now complete.
Held in Southern California from July 21-25 this year, the EA SPORTS Elite 11 will actually feature 12 of the best young high school quarterbacks receiving tutelage from top college counselors as well as the EA SPORTS Elite 11 coaching staff.
With that in mind, here's a look at the 2004 EA SPORTS Elite 11.
This will be the sixth year of the EA SPORTS Elite 11, which has developed into the premier quarterback event in the nation. A combination camp and competition, the EA SPORTS Elite 11 is designed to give the best high school quarterbacks in the nation some top-level schooling by the best in the business.
Notable EA SPORTS Elite 11 alumni include Brock Berlin, Casey Clausen, Chris Rix, Chance Mock, Jeff Smoker, Derek Anderson, Kellen Clemens, Brodie Croyle, Matt Leinart, Kyle Orton, Vince Young, Chris Leak and many many more. Past counselors now litter NFL rosters and include Tim Rattay (49ers), Drew Brees (Chargers), A.J. Feeley (Dolphins), Carson Palmer (Bengals), Marques Tuiasosopo (Raiders), David Carr (Texans), Rohan Davey (Patriots), Kyle Boller (Ravens), Ben Roethlisberger (Steelers), Matt Schaub (Falcons) and John Navarre (Cardinals).
This year?s college counselors are Derek Anderson (Oregon State senior), Dan Orlovsky (UConn senior), Kyle Orton (Purdue senior), Aaron Rodgers (Cal junior), Brad Smith (Missouri junior) and Heisman Trophy winner Jason White (Oklahoma senior).