A crowded crop of top-tier quarterbacks spent the second week of July testing their skills at Nike's world headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon. Premier passers from across the country competed in the Elite 11 finals and The Opening, an annual high school football showcase that featured more than 150 prospects.
Tasked with rapid play-calling instructions and facing elite defenders, several 2015 quarterbacks rose to the occasion with impressive performances. Others struggled at times, which suggests they still have significant strides to make before taking their talents to the next level.
Here's a look at the position's top 10 players, based on freshly updated 247Sports composite rankings.
This article is a part of Bleacher Report's CFB 200 Recruiting Rankings Series. The overall rankings are based off of 247Sports Composite, which takes into account every recruiting services rankings. The positional rankings also come from those rankings. Stay tuned over the next two weeks as we take an in-depth look at college football's stars of tomorrow.