Yes, I know this topic is overplayed. I just thought it was interesting how much the rankings varied per service.
Rivals ranked Shane 4th out of 25.
4. Shane Morris, Warren (Mich.) De La Salle: Morris is at the top because of his high ceiling. He has great size, a cannon of an arm and he has started to show the ability to put more touch on his ball. His long ball didn't sail like it has in the past and no one can sling it where it needs to be faster. The interesting thing about Morris is that while he's learning to drop the ball into spots rather than zip it all the time and learning to throw across his body more, he becomes more impressive. He's no longer just a kid with a hose for an arm, he's becoming a complete quarterback.
Scout ranked Shane 1st out of 25
1. Shane Morris (Michigan) (HD Video)
The biggest arm at the camp, Morris shook off a rough outing on his first day to steadily improve each week. Morris is capable of making throws that only a few in this class can hope to match. Needs to develop better field vision and consistency.
Trent Dilfers Elite 11 and what Rivals/Scout ranked them (as listed per ESPN)
Asiantti Woulard (USF) - Rivals (1), Scout (3)
Max Browne (USC) - Rivals (3), Scout (4)
Christian Hackenberg (PSU) - Rivals (2), Scout (10)
Kevin Olsen (Miami) - Rivals (6), Scout (2)
Joshua Dobbs (ASU) - Rivals (13), Scout (9)
Johnny Stanton (NEB) - Rivals (22), Scout (Bot 5)
Malik Zaire (ND) - Rivals (7) , Scout (12)
Shane Cockerville (MD) - Rivals (12), Scout (16)
Jared Goff (CAL) - Rivals (9) , Scout (5)
Luke Del Rio (OKST) - Rivals (17), Scout (18)
Zack Greenlee (none) - Rivals (24), Scout (Bot 5)