EA SPORTS Elite 11 Counselor Awards

The six college counselors play an integral part at the EA SPORTS Elite 11, coaching and mentoring the high school participants both on and off the field.
After spending 120 hours with the top high school quarterbacks in the nation, the counselors got together and dished out some awards to who impressed them over the five day span.
Here's a look at the 2004 EA SPORTS Elite 11 Counselors' Awards:

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(Voted on exclusively by Derek Anderson, Dan Orlovsky, Kyle Orton, Aaron Rodgers, Brad Smith and Jason White)
Most Valuable at the camp: Mark Sanchez, Mission Viejo (Calif.)
Most Improved at the camp: Rob Schoenhoft, Cincinnati (Ohio) St. Xavier
Best in chalk talk: Mark Sanchez
Most Improved in chalk talk: Kyle Reed, Oakland (Calif.) McClymonds
Best Leader: Joe Cox, Charlotte (N.C.) Independence
Best for College (any program/system: Mark Sanchez
Best Arm: Ryan Perrilloux, Reserve (La.) East St. John
Best Feet: Jonathan Crompton, Waynesville (N.C.) Tuscola
Best Release: Kyle Reed
Most Accurate: Jake Christensen, Lockport (Ill.)
Most likely to play first in college: Harrison Beck, Clearwater (Fla.) Countryside
Most likely to win a national championship: Rob Schoenhoft
Best Work Ethic: Willie Tuitama, Stockton (Calif.) St. Mary's