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Michigan quarterback commit Cade McNamara makes Elite 11 Finals

Four-star Cade McNamara earned his spot as one of the top prospects in the country this weekend

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Michigan quarterback commit Cade McNamara has proven himself to be one of the twelve best quarterback prospects in the nation this past weekend at the Elite 11 finals.

The competition, which has been evaluating elite talent at the position since 1999, announced their list of the twelve quarterbacks who earned their invitation to the Opening Finals, held in Dallas at the end of the month, and McNamara made the cut.

McNamara showed off his abilities this weekend, tying for the most points in the pro-style workout on Saturday, and carving up the defense in the 7-on-7 competition on Sunday.

A former Notre Dame commit, the four-star 2019 recruit out of Nevada de-committed from the Irish in early March and landed with the Wolverines only two weeks later.

This marks the third Michigan quarterback commit in the past four years (four if you include Shea Patterson) who have made the Opening Finals, along with Brandon Peters and Dylan McCaffrey.

McNamara is the No. 10 pro style quarterback in his class according to 247 Sports.

For a full scouting report on McNamara CLICK HERE