FSU Football Quarterback Commit Invited To Elite 11 Finals After Performance At Oxford Regional

The Elite 11 is an event that everyone young quarterback pays attention as they grow up. A select few get to realize their dreams and compete for the honor to be named one of the top signal-callers in the country.

On Sunday afternoon, four-star prospect and Florida State pledge Tramell Jones Jr. participated at the Elite 11 Regional in Oxford, Mississippi. Following a standout performance where one source informed NoleGameday that Jones Jr. was “on fire”, he’s been invited to compete at the finals in Los Angeles.

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This is a prestigious honor for any recruit and it marks the third straight season where the Seminoles have been represented in the finals. Former quarterback commit Chris Parson (now at Mississippi State) and true freshman Luke Kromenhoek previously earned the opportunity to attend the event. Kromenhoek ended up being placed on the 2023 Elite 11.

The date and location of the Elite 11 Finals have yet to be announced but last year’s event was held in LA from June 14-16. The Elite 11 is named at the conclusion of the finals.

“The Elite 11 Finals will bring together top performers to receive advanced, one-on-one quarterback instruction in a highly competitive setting. The Elite 11 Finals will span three days and include on-field drills, routes-on-air, classroom instruction and off-field development. The Elite 11 will be named at the conclusion of The Elite 11 Finals.”

Jones Jr. has been committed to Florida State for over a year and is steadfast in his decision. He’s been doing his part to recruit other elite prospects to #Tribe25, which could pay off as the spring progresses and into the summer. Jones Jr. is coming off a junior campaign where he guided Mandarin High School to the state championship game.

The Florida native completed 183/302 passes (60.6%) for 3,195 yards with 33 touchdowns to seven interceptions while adding 132 yards and a score on the ground as a junior. He raised his completion percentage by 2.5% and threw ten more touchdowns along with two fewer interceptions compared to his sophomore season.

The 6-foot, 198-pound quarterback is regarded as the No. 358 overall prospect, the No. 27 QB, and the No. 49 recruit in the state of Florida in the 2025 class according to 247Sports.

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