"I thought I did well and felt really good in how I performed," Voytik said. "I did my very best and gave it my all. I did all I could. The best part about something like this is taking drills home, like some roll out stuff for me. It's also great to see the guys around me and compete against them. It was very exciting."
Voytik, who has eight scholarship offers, made all the throws despite it being windy and raining for for most of the night.
"I thought he was one of the top guys," said former NFL quarterback Browning Nagle, one of the Elite 11 quarterback coaches."