Wazzu 4-star QB commit Camm Cooper selected as Elite 11 passer, will head to The Opening

WASHINGTON STATE 4-star quarterback verbal commit Camm Cooper has been selected as an Elite 11 quarterback.

The Lehi, Utah product was one of 24 passers on hand for the finals in Los Angeles, Calif., over the weekend.  On Monday morning, the final Elite 11 prospects were announced, and Cooper was on the list.

The group will go on to compete in the 7-on-7 tournament at The Opening finals later this month.

Cooper reportedly had a strong Day Two and Three this weekend, showing off a quick and compact delivery, in propelling himself onto the list.

On, Cooper is rated the No. 25 QB nationally, No. 9 in the West and No. 1 in Utah. 

The left-handed quarterback chose Washington State over offers from ASU, Oregon State, Georgia, Tennessee, Louisville, Ole Miss, Boise State and others.

As a junior, Cooper completed 309 of 486 passes (64 percent) for 4,059 yards with 38 TDs in 12 games.

It is believed WSU has had one Elite 11 QB since the event began: Arkelon Hall in 2004.

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