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what are your thoughts/opinions on Shane Morris as a prospect.
Hearing he wasn't as consistent as others was a little surprising, but on the whole in terms of size- height, weight, frame, foot speed, athleticism, and arm strength is Shane the real deal in your eyes? And what QB's of the past would you compare him with? Thanks in advance.
Absolutely the real deal in terms of baseline skill set. The feet are +, but will improve his footwork a ton in the next few years. His arm strength has few peers. I like the arm action. He can move the arm quick, and can throw from different release points without taxing his body. He's fine from a physical standpoint as well IMO.
As a pure talent, the real deal, yes.
He's got a lot of development to do, as do 99% of HS QB's coming out. Changing ball speeds, with the understanding of what throws are 50-60%, 75-80%, etc...is going to be huge for him. As he develops and understands that because of his talent, he doesn't have to throw seeds all the time, he will definitely go to the next level on the field IMO.
On the surface, which is all I have, he shows command/leadership juice about him too. Guys like him IMO.
There are always so many variables with QB's, so that is just what I have taken away in the 3-4 times I have seen him now.
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Did you get any pictures of him crying?
Please post. Thanks.
How's the OL recruiting going buddy? That's a nice 240 pound HS offensive lineman you've got that doesn't know how to pass block at all in Evan Lisle.
I thought Bivin was an OSU lock, what with Urbs sending him 2,000 handwritten love letters a day. Lol.
Ohio State has dominated Michigan with lesser OL hauls.
Your OL hauls in 2012 and 2013 appear thus far at least to be as lesser as it gets.
I was happy with Decker, Dodson and O'Connor.
Long way to go as far as 2013 goes.
Sure is a long ways to go, but looks like every top OL recruit in midwest/northeast is about accounted for.
Pocic is still out there. I'll believe he goes to OSU when I see. He is definitely not the OSU type.
These guys haven't even played their senior years yet. Michigan fililng it's class up so early is an...interesting strategy.
We have good coaches that know how to scout and evaluate talent. Nothing interesting about that at all.
12 of our 16 commits are four stars and in the Rivals250. 12 of our 16 commits are four stars on 247Sports.
Stop hating. Hater.
This is a REALLY stupid argument. See link.
Patrick Kugler Al_VkCKCIAA8nHB Patrick Kugler, Chris Fox, Taco Charlton and Shane Morris You may be aware that Michigans off to a start unprecedented in the recruiting rankings era not only for them but for the Big Ten.
This post was edited by Never Lose Hoke 2 years ago
This is Michigan, fergodsakes.
LULZ at linking something from that silly hippy at Mgoblog.
LULZ at your arguments being personal insults to the founder of one of the most popular team specific sports blogs.
Come on. The guy is as biased as they come.
Sure, but so are you. And the argument he makes regarding Michigan's recruiting method isn't all that biased.
A troll needs 2 to tango. Too many Michigan fans bite on easy bait.
the sunburn hurt his accuracy, IMO.
Not to flame but Tx gets a lot of early commits ever year and is always rated at the top or near the top of every class rankings and only 1 National Championship to show for it in recent times. So to put all your weight in how many commits you have and how high they are ranked don't mean squat!
Yea, I would take 9 straight years of 10+ wins, a Natty, and several other top 5 finishes. Could be just me though.
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