Report: Quarterback Shane Morris is Michigan's first football commitment for 2013
Shane Morris hasn't yet finished his sophomore year of high school. But the Warren De La Salle quarterback reportedly told Michigan football coach Brady Hoke on Tuesday that he plans to spend his college years in Ann Arbor.
Tom VanHaaren, recruiting analyst for MGoBlog.com, reported on Twitter that he spoke with Morris shortly after the 6-foot-3, left-handed quarterback became the Wolverines' first recruit for the 2013 class.
Morris, who plays for former Huron High School coach Paul Verska at De La Salle, threw for 1,139 yards and 14 touchdowns during his sophomore season.
Although he's 21 months from being eligible to sign an official letter of intent, Morris already had scholarship offers from Michigan, Michigan State, Syracuse and others according to Scout.com.