USC Football QB Caleb Williams puts up unreal highlight at Elite 11

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All USC football fans know just how talented Caleb Williams is. All college football fans do. His sheer talent alone is going to win USC many games this season, and if he can improve in the very few categories he still needs to improve in, SC will have a chance to hit double-digit wins and Williams may even make a run at the Heisman.

One of his best attributes is his arm strength. He was seen working out at the Elite 11 recently, and perhaps he was going to put that arm strength on display.

Sure, Williams isn't in high school anymore and isn't a participant at the Elite 11. It was still great, however, to see him out there and getting involved. He even took the time to use his talents to wow the participants and literally everyone in attendance. Check out Williams putting his rocket arm on full display at the event:

USC Football QB Caleb Williams chucked the ball 65 yards at the Elite 11.

New USC Football QB Caleb Williams averaged 14.1 yards per completion in his true freshman season last year. He's not afraid to let go and chuck the ball down the field. Keep in mind that this was also only in half of a season. He's only going to get more comfortable and confident in his arm this year and beyond.

Imagine being an Elite 11 participant when this happened. This is a story each participant will be able to tell for the rest of their lives. After all, Williams already has quite the high profile. He was at one point the leading Heisman favorite last year despite not even starting until the second half of the season.

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Being able to work out with Williams was already a big enough deal. Being able to see his cannon at full strength on the field with him must have been unreal. Watching and learning from a QB at this level is special, and he hasn't even hit his ceiling yet. It'll be an even fonder memory after Years 2 and 3 of Williams under Riley's spread.