Clemson commit Trevor Lawrence made the cut as a Top 12 quarterback was invited to Beaverton, Oregon for The Opening finals. Lawrence had the #1 rankings out of 25 quarterbacks at the semi-finals combine event in Los Angeles, California.
"Had a blast at @Elite11 met some awesome dudes and learned some stuff I'll never forget," Lawrence posted after the end of the event.
The 6-foot-6, 200-pound signal-caller won his second straight football title with Cartersville, GA last season. As a junior, he completed 250 out of 406 passes for 3,904 yards and 51 touchdowns with only nine interceptions this season. He only needs 2,477 yards and 40 touchdowns to break Deshaun Watson's Georgia career high school records.
He is a three-year starter in high school that has lost only two games (42-2) during that span and has thrown for more than 10,000 yards and 118 touchdowns.