Recapping Clemson QB Commit Chris Vizzina’s Elite 11 Performance

The Elite 11 has become a pretty big deal on the camp circuit.

Last year, Clemson freshman Cade Klubnik stole the show at the national showcase that features the nations best signal callers and this year, current QB commit Chris Vizzina also turned in a solid effort.

On3 ranked Vizzina’s performance higher than any other service, having him as the runner-up to Oklahoma commit Jackson Arnold, who was named MVP.

“Christopher Vizzina had a strong week at the Elite 11 Finals, highlighted by a four touchdown, zero interception performance in 7-on-7 on Thursday. The Birmingham (Ala.) Briarwood Christian signal caller threw a touchdown on every drive. He had several high-level throws during the session, including a pretty corner route and a dart over the middle for the final score. Even of the misses were still impressive throws, including some aggressive deep shots. Similar to (On3.com’s Elite 11 MVP JJ) Kohl, we saw Vizzina adjust well to the presence of defensive backs, while others struggled with the speed.”

“Vizzina showed a projectable physical skill set throughout the week. He’s all of 6-foot-4, 205 pounds. We came away thinking he had the best feet and drops on hand – something that shows up on film, as well.”

247Sports ranked Vizzina fourth overall.

“Vizzina was one of our favorite quarterbacks during today’s 7v7 action. He’s able to get the ball out early and understands timing and anticipation. It also helps to have a cannon for an arm and he can make throws that many other quarterbacks are capable of. He has a college body right now, a quiet confidence about him and he’s an ideal fit at Clemson, in terms of not just his talent but his makeup off the field as well.”

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