Quarterback Nick Patti, a Boise State commitment for the 2012 season out of Florida, is making some noise at the annual gathering of the nation's best passers.

At the Elite 11 camp in California, Patti is among 24 of the top-recruited quarterbacks in the nation. The shortest competitor there, he is still very impressive. On Monday, he was ranked sixth by 247Sports.com, and on Tuesday, the site has him as the fourth-best.

Here's a sample of what was written about Patti: "The smallest prospect at the event, Patti looked to have the biggest arm on Tuesday. When other quarterbacks were laboring late in the day to sniff the target on the deep ball in the accuracy competition, Patti was effortless in his attempts."

Boise State senior QB Kellen Moore is at the camp as a counselor. Also of note, Eagle High senior Tanner Mangum was ranked No. 1 on Monday and third on Tuesday. He is a BYU commit.

Click http://247sports.com/Article/Elite-11-The-top-11-quarterbacks-from-Tuesdays-event-31999" target="_blank">here for their write-up on Tuesday's event.

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