- Tom VanHaaren, RecruitingNation
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Everyone is aware of how well Michigan is doing on the recruiting trail, but how well do these players fit in with the new coaching staff and scheme? Former Michigan quarterback Drew Henson gives WolverineNation some analysis regarding several Wolverines commitments on the offensvie side of the ball.
The skill guys
QB Shane Morris
(Warren, Mich./De La Salle)
Very polished mechanics, good feet and presence in the pocket. ... Ball placement is a plus, and plays with good rhythm and with a "clock in his head." He doesn't hold the ball. ... Many times you can see him get through his progression to his third option, very advanced for a 10th-grader. ... Nice touch on both deep balls and underneath routes, shows ability to make different type throws for different situations. ... Ball has zip coming off his hand when he drives the ball. ... Great-looking prospect with two more years to play, and get stronger and heavier -- both of which will continue to increase velocity and durability.
Former Michigan QB Drew Henson breaks down the Wolverine's offensive commits in the 2012 class.