Pass, a 6-4 1/2, 211-pounder who will be a senior at Carver this season, had previously narrowed his list to five teams when he competed at the Elite 11 quarterback event semi-finals in Los Angeles. North Carolina and Virginia Tech didn’t make his new short list, but the Tigers, who did, gave him plenty of attention on Saturday.
Gus Malzahn, Auburn’s head coach, and offensive coordinator/quarterback coach Rhett Lashlee carefully watched Pass show his strong right arm in the event that featured high school teams from across the southeast.
“The camp went good,” Pass said. “My team, we competed hard and it was a good day.”
Asked what the best part of the camp was for him, Pass said, “Having a chance to be on campus and talk to the coaches again. They said they love me and they said I did well today. It is still the same.”
Pass will be in Oregon for the Elite 11 finals in July and noted the trip will be an exciting one. “I am just blessed and I am going to take advantage of it,” he said.
Carver has produced strong teams for many years and Pass predicts that won’t change for the Tigers during his senior season. “We need some work, of course, but we are going to be good,” he said.
When it is time to make his college choice, does the four-star quarterback have a factor or factors that will determine where he is headed? “I am just going to follow my heart and talk it over with my mom,” he said. “That is going to be it.”
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