The Elite 11 Finals’ first trip to Nashville has come and gone as many of the best quarterback prospects in the nation made their way to Tennessee for the event this week.

After several days of competition, including a Pro Day event, the festivities from Nashville have come to a conclusion and the event has named its 2020 Elite 11 Finals MVP.

According to the Elite 11, the award winner was determined by the event’s coaching staff and was given out to the player that excelled in two areas. The staff was to go 50 percent off a prospect’s junior season film and performance and 50 percent off camp evaluation and traits.

In the end, the uncommitted five-star prospect from Maryland Caleb Williams earned Elite 11 Finals MVP honors in 2020.

In addition to naming a camp MVP, four quarterbacks currently committed to SEC programs were named to the event’s top performers (11 signal-callers in all were selected in this category by the Elite 11):

  • Missouri commit Tyler Macon
  • LSU commit Garrett Nussmeier
  • Tennessee commit Kaidon Salter
  • Georgia commit Brock Vandagriff

Auburn commit Dematrius Davis and Florida commit Carlos Del Rio participated at the event but did not earn Elite 11 status. Florida baseball commit Jay Allen did not earn the honor, either.