Penn State Football: Wimbush Looking To Impress At Elite 11 Camp
Penn State fans will get another chance to enjoy a top quarterback prospect in the national spotlight as future Nittany Lion Brandon Wimbush takes part in the Elite 11 quarterback camp in Oregon.
The Elite 11 camp features 19 quarterback prospects from across the nation and culminates with a television program that will air at a later date. Penn State fans will remember current quarterback Christian Hackenberg taking part in the show prior to his arrival on campus where he impressed onlookers and contestants alike.
Wimbush, a 6-foot-2, 215-pound, four-star signal caller from New Jersey, committed to James Franklin in early May.
Those in attendance have been impressed by Wimbush in the early going with the camp only starting this past weekend. 7-on-7 drills later in the week should give analysts a better idea of what Wimbush is made of and could very see his already high stock rise even farther.
Wimbush recently attended Penn State's advanced skills camp where he looked the part as the future signal-caller of the Nittany Lions. Despite recently receiving a scholarship offer from Stanford, Wimbush has been steadfast in his commitment to Penn State. Assuming he continues to improve like he has all summer, James Franklin and his staff will be mighty glad he stayed committed when it's all said and done.