Lessons Learned: Columbus Elite 11

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The 2013 Nike Elite 11 tour continued in the Midwest on Saturday as several top players from not just Ohio but the entire country flocked to the Woody Hayes Athletic Center on Ohio State’s campus to compete for a spot at the finals later this month.

RecruitingNation writer Jared Shanker attended the camp. Here is what he learned:

LSU should have a clearer picture at QB

College coaches are not allowed to attend the Elite 11, but an exception was made on Saturday for LSU coach Les Miles and Tigers quarterbacks coach Cam Cameron. Both coaches had a son participating at the Elite 11, which allowed for Miles and Cameron to stand on the sidelines. The two spent most of the afternoon chitchatting with staff, media and even Norv Turner, but there is a good chance their eyes wandered toward the direction of four-star quarterbacks Brandon Harris (Bossier City, La./Parkway) and DeShone Kizer (Toledo, Ohio/Central Catholic). Both have LSU offers, and Kizer will visit next week. Kizer earned the ticket to the Elite 11 finals, but Harris was not far behind and could still land an invite.