Top 2013 Michigan football commit Shane Morris invited to elite ESPN skills camp
Top 2013 Michigan football commit Shane Morris has seen his stock slip a bit this year ... but he still managed to be invited to yet another elite camp.
The quarterback from Warren DeLaSalle was among 38 players who earned invitations Thursday to ESPN's Champion Gridiron Kings -- a camp for the nation's best skill-position players.
Morris is a four-star prospect according to Rivals, and the No. 2 quarterback in the country. He's a five-star recruit according to Scout and the No. 3 signal-caller.
He was the only player from Michigan to make the initial Kings list, but there were three known Wolverines targets who join him on the roster: receiver Laquon Treadwell of Crete, Ill., and defensive backs Leon McQuay of Seffner, Fla., and Kendall Fuller of Olney, Maryland.
Fuller attends Good Counsel High School, the alma mater of starting sophomore cornerback Blake Countess.
For a list of Gridiron Kings participants, click here.