The Dallas edition of the Elite 11 had some of the top signal callers from not only Texas, but from the entire nation. The camp was filled with top quarterbacks from the 2015 and 2016 classes, so standing out among the performers meant you had a good day.
That could be said about Boerne, TX quarterback Quinten Dormady. The 6-foot-4, 210-pounder was one of the top quarterbacks on hand at the event, working alongside some of the top signal callers in the country.
For Dormady, who missed the 2013 season due to injury, having the chance to compete with other top players was something he's been looking forward to for quite some time.
"I think I did pretty good," Dormady said of his performance. "I'm happy with how I've came along so far going into the summer. It's fun to compete with other guys from Texas. I love to compete and this was the closest that it's ever been to a college environment or a big time game. You've got to make the throw or you're out; it's definitely good to be back in it.
On the recruiting front, Dormady currently holds four offers from Vanderbilt, Houston, UTSA and TCU. The rising quarterback visited TCU on Sunday after the Elite 11. He received his TCU offer on Monday night after throwing in front of Frogs' quarterbacks coach Sonny Cumbie.
"I'm blessed to have the opportunity," Dormady said of receiving the TCU offer.
Dormady knows with every day, he has the chance to impress a college coach who takes the time to come see him.
"It's picking up," he said. "It's fun to have to perform my best each and every day."