Michigan football quarterback Shane Morris is planning to explore transfer opportunities after he graduates, according to ESPN’s Tom VanHaaren.
Morris was a former four-star recruit and the third-ranked pro-style quarterback in the nation, according to 247 Sports’ composite, coming out of Warren De La Salle and was brought in during Brady Hoke’s class of 2013.
Many expected Morris to be the Wolverines’ next star quarterback, but it ultimately never came to pass. In his four years with the program, he amassed only 434 yards passing and five interceptions.
Wherever Morris decides to go, he will be eligible to play right away with one final season of eligibility remaining.
This story is developing.