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Gamecocks QB commit Luke Doty has life-changing experience at Elite 11

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Gamecocks QB commit Luke Doty has life-changing experience at Elite 11


July 08, 2019


The South Carolina Class of 2020 quarterback commit  Luke Doty left home in South Carolina to spend a few days down in Texas. he was on hand for  the Elite 11 and then The Opening, Doty was around some of the best college football recruits in the country and competing. Now he is back in South Carolina. he was with some of the best talent around, doing things with them on and off the field, this is something he will carry with him long long time. “It was definitely one to remember,” Doty said. “An experience that I’ll never forget. It definitely changed my life in ways that I didn’t know were possible. I got to be around a lot of great guys, great athletes.”

Making relationships in his time spent in the state of Texas. “I made a ton of relationships with those guys and a lot of the coaches that can really help me get to where I want to be in the future,” Doty said. He was directly coached by Alex Brink, a 10,000-yard passer at Washington State, and Craig Nall, a seven-year NFL veteran who backed up the likes of Aaron Rodgers and Brett Favre. He also got some time with analyst Yogi Roth and chess pro Seth Makowsky. The Elite 11 is a 20-year-old quarterback competition that brings some of the best junior signal callers in the country together, while The Opening is a national camp for players of all positions.  Doty said the focus was on mindset and improving his thinking as much as it was about throwing footballs.

“A lot of it is mentality,” Doty said. “Just controlling the way that you think and the way you do things out there on the field and in life. That was really a main focus for this week. “I definitely think that’s going to take my game a long way.” Doty connected on 71.6 percent of his passes for 3,037 yards, 36 touchdowns and six interceptions. He also ran for 701 yards and seven scores at six yards per carry. The 6-foot-1, 197-pound passer has run a 4.56-second 40-yard dash and is currently the No. 84 player in the country in the 247Sports Composite rankings. But he was around plenty of other highly rated players last week, and he thought that also helped him.


“I definitely think it lifted my game to another level,” Doty said. “Just being around those guys ... that have been highly recruited — obviously highly touted quarterbacks and athletes. I really just think it took everybody’s game to the next level. We were all pushing each other and pulling for each other as well.”

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