Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh’s satellite camp tour is coming to Alabama, again.
Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines’ coaching staff will return to Prattville High School in Prattville, Ala., the school announced.
The June 7 satellite camp is just one of the stops on Harbaugh’s second upcoming trek through SEC territory. Other sites include Madison, Ala., Atlanta, Tampa, Pearl, Miss., and Dallas, according to reports from the Detroit News.
Last year’s camp at Prattville attracted 475 high school players according to the Montgomery Advertiser‘s Duane Rankin.
The satellite camps are an ongoing trend started by Harbaugh last year. Ohio State, and former Florida coach Urban Meyer, is set to hold camps around the South. Harbaugh also brought the Wolverines to Florida’s IMG Academy to practice during Michigan’s spring break, which again drew the ire of SEC coaches.
The NCAA Board of Governors is slated to meet this month to discuss pending NCAA legislation that would block coaches from working camps far from their own campuses. But for now, the camps are legal and Harbaugh continues to take full advantage to enhance Michigan’s recruiting footprint.