Quarterback Shane Morris may have one of the biggest arms in the 2013 class.
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Morris didn’t commit to the Wolverines in 2012. Instead, he told Michigan head coach Brady Hoke that he was going to be in Ann Arbor when he became a college freshman in 2011, while he was a high school junior at De La Salle.
He is listed as a pro-style quarterback, with a 6'3", 201-pound frame. He will be a change of pace for Michigan, since he isn’t as fast as Denard Robinson or Devin Gardner, as he runs a 4.80 40-yard dash time, according to 247Sports.
Morris may not see the field for a couple of years, but when he does, he will have a lot of promise surrounding him being such a highly rated prospect.
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