Michigan football QB recruit Shane Morris admittedly struggles at Elite 11 regional in Dallas
The future quarterback of the Michigan football program took center stage Saturday at a prestigious Elite 11 regional camp in Dallas.
And, admittedly, he didn't have the best day.
2013 Michigan recruit Shane Morris told ESPN.com that he struggled with just about everything in a rather disappointing day.
“I could have done better at everything,” Morris said. “I didn’t do what I needed to do. I lacked in everything. I had a bad day.”
Morris, a five-star quarterback prospect from Warren De La Salle, is part of Michigan's 2013 commitment class.
He was in Dallas competing for an invite to the Elite 11 finals, which are held this July in Redundo Beach, Calif.
Morris did not receive an invite at the Dallas regional, but will have another chance in Columbus, Ohio, on May 4.
In Dallas, though, Morris didn't quite seem like himself. "Morris simply wasn’t as smooth and efficient as he wanted to be through the array of drills placed in front of him and the competition," ESPN.com's William Wilkerson wrote. "In fact, six quarterbacks were chosen to compete in a two-minute drill at the end of the camp and he was left off the list."