Luke Rubenezer and Sean White share their Elite 11 predictions

Two Elite 11 finalists discuss their on-field ability and predict the Navy SEAL workout with Texas A&M commit Kyle Allen.

Elite 11 quarterbacks Luke Rubenzer and Sean White shared their thoughts on Elite 11 Day 1 with fellow quarterback Kyle Allen, from what appears to be their hotel bar.

Rubenzer, who committed to California two weeks before the camp, is wearing the Cal hat, while the uncommitted White starts the interview. Allen, who won the Elite 11 Golden Gun award over the weekend, is behind the camera. Rubenzer's description of receiving his Elite 11 invite -- he was shaking, his mom was crying -- shows how important the event has become. On the other hand, White's prediction for the Navy SEAL workout planned for the players -- "Doesn't Oregon have a lot of woods? Yeah, we'll probably go in the woods" -- might be a slight understatement as to the strenuousness of a special operations workout.

Both Rubenezer and White are consensus three-star recruits. Rubenezer chose the Golden Bears over offers from all three service academies and seven other non-BCS programs. White, the only Elite 11 finalist who has not committed, currently holds at least 13 scholarship offers from the likes of West Virginia, Syracuse, Boston College and South Florida.

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