Most of what we’ve learned about what might happen in the 2020 California high school football season comes from attending the Los Angeles Region Elite 11 Quarterback event two weeks ago at Cerritos College. Many of the state’s best quarterbacks were there because there isn’t going to be a similar Bay Area regional camp this year (that was already decided prior to the Coronavirus pandemic). We’ve also been following along on social media for coaching changes and other developments.
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It had already been determined before this year’s Los Angeles Region Elite 11 quarterback event on March 7 at Cerritos College that there wasn’t going to be a different Northern California Elite 11 regional later on the calendar. It had nothing to do with the current Coronavirus pandemic that began to close schools and halt high school competition in all sports only a few days into the following week.