Ann Arbor, Mi. Head Coach Jim Harbaugh and the University of Michigan’s football staff will be returning to Tampa Bay for the second straight year for a joint satellite camp with University of South Florida’s coaches. The camp will be held on June 4th at USF.
Willie Taggart is a good friend of the Harbaugh family, dating back to Taggart’s days as a player for Jim Harbaugh’s father, Jack, at Western Kentucky.
The stop at USF is just one stop on what is becoming another busy spring for Harbaugh and the Michigan coaching staff. On June 6th, Harbaugh and his staff will host a camp at Bob Jones High School in Madison, Alabama. They will also be present for Art Briles’ Baylor football camp on June 12th.
These satellite camps, while controversial throughout College Football world, are just another way Jim Harbaugh is trying to expand Michigan’s recruiting footprint all over the country, including into SEC territory.
Despite being widely criticized, Harbaugh has no intention of stopping the camps because they work. Earlier today Michigan picked up a commitment from 2017 safety J’Marick Woods, who is a student at Bob Jones High School, where the June 6th camp is being held. Woods cited the announcement Michigan staff’s camp at Bob Jones High School as the point where the Wolverines began to separate themselves from other schools.
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