Rivals.com: Michigan football commit Shane Morris wows analyst with 70-yard throws, appears 'college ready'
Shane Morris, the face of the Michigan football program's 2013 recruiting class took center stage earlier this month at the ESPN-sponsored Elite 11 quarterback camp in California.
And the five-star southpaw signal caller, joined by 24 other quarterbacks at the event, apparently didn't disappoint.
Rivals.com football recruiting analyst Mike Farrell handed out his best and worst awards from the camp Wednesday, and gave Morris high marks -- particularly for his arm strength.
Farrell also gave Morris props for his college-readiness, saying he's already physically prepared to compete at the Big Ten level.
In a ranking of all the quarterbacks at the event, Rivals.com slated Morris at No. 4 overall.
It wasn't all sunshine for Morris, though, as the future Wolverine was left off the event's official "Elite 11" listing.
The 6-foot-3 left-hander is rated as a five-star prospect by Scout.com, and the third-overall quarterback prospect nationally.
Rivals.com lists Morris as a four-star player, and the second-best pro-style quarterback prospect for the 2013 class.