FRISCO, Texas -- Bo Nix held most of the quarterback buzz through the bulk of The Elite 11 and The Opening Finals of late, and for good reason. 247Sports has already showcased the recent throwing display he put on at The Opening Finals, but is ready to unload even more samples of the blue-chip passer at work.

An Auburn University football commitment for more than six months, Nix helped lead his 7-on-7 team to the event's championship game before falling at its conclusion. According to 247Sports analysts on hand to chart each game, he finished with 21 touchdowns to five interceptions and completed 113 of 157 passes throughout the course of the event. His 71.9 completion percentage ranked third best among all quarterbacks. In percentage of drives that led to scores, he ranked fourth. Nix's receivers dropped seven passes, the third highest for a quarterback in the event. Fellow future Auburn Tiger George Pickens was his primary target, as the duo hooked up for nine scores while top wideout in America and Georgia commitment Jadon Haselwood added seven on his own over the two day tournament.

247Sports named Nix the No. 2 quarterback for the week, as he sat behind only Elite 11 MVP and Oklahoma-bound arm Spencer Rattler, who quarterbacked Team Overdrive to the crown. Director of Scouting Barton Simmons compared the SEC-bound Nix to the young passer who helped Georgia win the conference crown in 2017.

"Over the course of the week, Bo Nix continued to remind me of Jake Fromm’s showing at The Opening," Simmons said after the event. "He’s not overly big, the arm doesn’t overwhelm you, but he just completes a ton of passes and he has an innate feel for the position. Nix had a bad championship game performance, but he was almost flawless otherwise."

Standing just under 6-foot-2, north of 200 pounds out of Pinson (Ala.) Pinson Valley High School, Nix led the Indians to their first state championship after an undefeated 2017 season. Despite missing a handful of games due to injury, the junior passer wrapped up the campaign with 2,872 yards and 36 touchdowns through the air against just four interceptions.

Nix is considered the top dual-threat quarterback recruit in the country on both the industry-generated 247Sports Composite as well as here on 247Sports. The consensus four-star prospect also sits within the top 100 prospects for the entire class of 2019, currently at No. 98 among rising-senior recruits, moving up from No. 177 overall as of the network's latest rankings update. Among all quarterback prospects in the country, only Rattler is listed ahead of Nix. Rattler is considered a pro-style passer, where he tops the list at the position like Nix does among dual-threat talents. For the new Top247 and plenty of breakdown as to the moves within the new listing, click here.