As Jim Harbaugh eats, sings and coaches his way through Rome, his summer calendar is starting to take shape.
Michigan appears to be heading to at least two satellite camps this June. One will take place in Valdosta, Ga., on June 4 and another will happen the following week in Los Angeles.
The Georgia camp will take place on the campus of Valdosta State, the Division II team announced on Twitter.
We're excited to announce Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan football staff will be special guest coaches at our 2017 "Night of Champions" camp! pic.twitter.com/tztl8VAllK
— Valdosta St Football (@valdostastatefb) April 25, 2017
The California camp will be in partnership with a bigger name. UCLA coach Jim Mora told The Dan Patrick Show that Harbaugh and some of the Wolverines coaching staff will head his way for the June 11 event, according to MLive.
Satellite camps have been a point of controversy in recent years. They give teams — usually those in the north or east — the chance to see dozens of players in recruiting hotbeds at the same time.
Harbaugh arguably has been the biggest proponent of the camps, for obvious reasons. We’re sure he’s looking forward to his trips in June.