Notre Dame quarterback target Dante Moore officially earned his invitation to the Elite 11 finals on Saturday afternoon.

The event will take place later this summer. Here’s his invite:

The Elite 11 finals is generally regarded as the top quarterback event in the country each year. Recent participants include Ohio State’s C.J. Stroud, Alabama’s Bryce Young, Michigan’s Cade McNamara, Ohio State’s Justin Fields and Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence, amongst others.

Notre Dame quarterback Drew Pyne was also a participant in 2018. Pyne competed in 2018, but Spencer Rattler eventually took home the top prize.

Moore will be one of the contenders to win the the Elite 11 Finals this year. Arch Manning (Uncommitted) and Malachi Nelson (USC) are also expected to contend for the title.

Moore is Notre Dame’s top quarterback target in the class of 2023. He’s also being recruited by programs like Michigan, Miami, Florida State and Texas A&M. He’s originally from Detroit and attends Martin Luther King High School.

He’s currently ranked as the No. 5 overall player and the No. 3 quarterback in the class of 2023, according to 247Sports Composite rankings. Moore would be an excellent fit in Notre Dame’s recruiting class, which currently ranks No. 1 nationally.