Pretty obvious that Shane would be named top performer condidering he won camp MVP, but this gives a little more on his and the others' performances. I found it a little odd that Zaire was listed so far down considering Tom VH and others were tweeting that Zaire was nippin at Shane's heels for most of the day. The article also mentions that this was the best group of talent at any Elite 11 regionals yet, so congrats to Shane for getting through against this group.
1. Shane Morris, Warren (Mich.) De La Salle – Good luck trying to pin a fear of competing on Shane Morris. Despite his lofty ranking and his early commitment to Michigan, Morris is at seemingly every event he can get to, eager to prove himself. On Friday he did just. He can put loads of velocity on the ball without digging deep, he showed great accuracy throughout the day and he has a smooth and natural composure in the pocket. Morris’ performance earned him an invite to the Elite 11 finals this summer.