Friday in Columbus, 2013 Michigan football commit Shane Morris turned some heads at the Elite 11 regional camp. He wasn't turning heads just because he was wearing maize and blue in enemy territory, but also because of how he did during the camp.
There was a lot of positive buzz surrounding Morris following his performance at the camp. Morris himself said he was ranked No. 2 out of all the quarterbacks at the camp, which is pretty good for only being a sophomore in high school.
Here's what ESPN had to say about Morris' performance:
Morris was one of the more impressive prospects in attendance regardless of class and the left-hander really made some impressive throws with accuracy and confidence. He has good height and is going to continue to add inches and bulk to his late-bloomer's frame. What stood out about Morris was the velocity and power and the manner in which he delivered the ball. Many lefties can really have a long, drawn out delivery that is more ¾ or sidearm, but not Morris. He had a quick stroke, was very accurate and threw as well on the run to both sides as any prospect on Friday. He is a definite Watch List candidate.
Morris will be a junior at De Le Salle High School this fall.