Many quarterback recruiting dominoes have fallen recently, as several Elite 11 Finalists have made up their minds the past several days. Jacob Park chose to commit to Georgia, DeShone Kizer picked Notre Dame, David Cornwell made it official with Alabama and Andrew Ford committed to Virginia Tech today, says 247Sports.
Luke Rubenzer selected California, and David Blough elected to commit to Purdue.
With those six quarterbacks now locked into commitments, just three Elite 11 Finalists remain uncommitted. The camp is set to take place in a few weeks and will feature 18 of the best passers in the country. College coaches will begin increase their pursuit of the remaining three uncommitted prospects, and they could end up anywhere.
California's top passer could end up in the Pac-12 or head to play for his uncle. A smooth quarterback from Florida has several options to mull over, and a raw Georgia field general should see an increase in his recruitment.
Collier, according to Bucknuts, received a great deal of attention from Urban Meyer and assistant Tom Herman at a recent Ohio State camp. He has offers from schools such as Boston College, Cincinnati and Marshall, says 247Sports.
Collier, who is 6'4" and 208 pounds, is a big quarterback from Georgia. He needs some seasoning and refinement, but he shows good arm strength and physical tools. He can stay in the pocket and use his arm to rifle throws downfield, but he also possesses the ability to carve up defenses with his legs.
Expect Collier to keep working, earn an offer from Ohio State and commit to play for the Buckeyes.
White, who has been slightly overlooked on the recruiting trail, can play under center or in the shotgun. He handles the ball well, can sell play action fakes and is solid in the pocket.
White, who is 6'2" and 204 pounds, has good arm strength and can excel with accuracy. He has adequate movement skills and escapability to elude rushers.
White would be a good fit at Western Kentucky, where he would receive good coaching from Bobby Petrino, who is one of the best play-callers in the game. Look for the Florida passer to take the former Arkansas and Atlanta Falcons coach's offer.
Chryst is the top uncommitted quarterback in the nation. The son of San Francisco 49ers quarterbacks coach Geep Chryst, he is also the nephew of Pitt head coach Paul Chryst.
Chryst, who is 6'3" and 215 pounds, is an intelligent signal-caller from California. He has received good coaching, scans the field and works through his progressions.
Chryst shows good arm strength via an over-the-top delivery. He has good ball placement skills and has the potential to be an all-conference quarterback in college, which is predicted to be Stanford.
Edwin Weathersby is the College Football Recruiting Analyst for Bleacher Report. He has worked in scouting/player personnel departments for three professional football teams, including the New York Giants and Cleveland Browns.