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Tennessee Quarterback Commit George MacIntyre Set For Elite 11 Finals in Los Angeles

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Tennessee QB target George MacIntyre in Neyland Stadium. Photo via George MacIntyre (@gmac4_) on Instagram.

Tennessee quarterback commit George MacIntyre is headed to sunny Los Angeles this June.

The Vols’ quarterback commit in the 2025 class was named an Elite 11 finalist on Monday, as announced by Elite 11 on X. MacIntyre was a standout performer in the Oxford Regional of the Elite 11 cycle in early April and will now take his talents to California for the finals this June.

“The 2024 Elite 11 Finals will bring together top performers to receive advanced, one-on-one quarterback instruction in a highly competitive setting,” the organization’s website states. “The 2024 Elite 11 Finals will span three days and include on-field drills, competition, classroom instruction and off-field development. The 2024 Elite 11, and 2024 Elite 11 MVP, will be named at the conclusion of the Elite 11 Finals.”

The Elite 11 finals will take place from June 18-20.

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MacIntyre is one of 20 quarterbacks to be selected for the final weekend this summer. Other SEC quarterback prospects who received an invitation include Texas’ KJ Lacey, Texas A&M’s Husan Longstreet, Georgia’s Ryan Montgomery, Oklahoma’s Kevin Sperry, and Missouri’s Matt Zollers. MacIntyre is one of three five-star prospects among the group and is the SEC’s lone five-star and top-ranked representative.

247’s composite rankings have MacIntyre as the No. 20 overall prospect in the class, the No. 4 quarterback, and the top-ranked player from the state of Tennessee. The Brentwood Academy quarterback is Tennessee’s lone five-star prospect in the rankings and gives the Vols a landmark piece to build around.

The 6-foot-5.5, 190-pound quarterback committed to Tennessee on Jan. 22 and was the Vols’ fifth commit in the class. Josh Heupel’s group now has 10 total commits including three four-star players behind MacIntyre: defensive lineman Ethan Utley, tight end Jack Van Dorselaer, and wide receiver Radarious Jackson.

Tennessee quarterback Nico Iamaleava received an invitation to the Elite 11 Finals in the summer of 2022 but declined to participate in the event. Despite not playing, though, Iamaleava marked Tennessee’s 10th Elite 11 Finals selection dating back to the event’s inaugural year in 1999 joining Casey Clausen (1999), John Rattay (1999), Jonathan Crompton (2004), Tyler Bray (2009), Joshua Dobbs (2012), Jarrett Guarantano (2015), Brian Maurer (2018), Harrison Bailey (2019), and Tayven Jackson (2021). MacIntyre is now Tennessee’s 11th all-time finals selection and the 10th participant as the Vols did not have one in 2023.

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