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Welcome to the Satellite Camp Swarm of 2016! Jim Harbaugh had nine camps last year in nine days. People thought he was crazy and he was going overboard with the satellite camp rule. The SEC and the rest of the NCAA took note of his antics and tried to stop it. They failed. The camps were banned for about a month before the NCAA board of directors would overturn the ruling and allowed them to be used.

Since getting lifted, Harbaugh hasn’t wasted any time in creating more dates. Last year’s nine camps are really cute compared to this year. Harbaugh has 28 planned, and nothing has been said that 28 is the final number. The United States isn’t the only place the University of Michigan is going this year. On Tuesday, it was announced that Michigan will be going to Australia for a camp on June 3. Along with the news of Michigan going out of America to recruit players, reports are saying that Michigan is possibly going to have a satellite camp in Hawaii and in Samoa. Reports have said that the Hawaii camp would be after the one in Los Angeles, but no date has been announced.

If anyone knows Harbaugh, you know he will add as many as possible. He wants to find the best players and try to recruit them to come to Michigan and build something special, something that is already a big step ahead than 2014. This could be the start of something even more crazy. If 28 isn’t even the final number, imagine how big it could become and imagine what 2017 could be. Harbaugh is rebuilding Michigan and he placed the first brick in 2015 and this house is going to be sturdy for many years to come with him at them helm

Satellite Camp Dates

June 2 – Atlanta, Georgia (at Maynard Jackson High School, sponsored by Cedar Grove High School)

June 3 – Jacksonville, Florida (Trinity Christian Academy) and Fort Lauderdale, Florida (St. Thomas Aquinas), Monbulk, Australia (Monbulk Soccer Club)

June 4 – Cheshire, Connecticut (Cheshire Academy)

June 5 – Norfolk, Virginia (Old Dominion University)

June 6 – Madison, Alabama (Bob Jones High School)

June 7 – Princeton, New Jersey (Hun School) and Mobile, Alabama (University of South Alabama)

June 8 – Pearl, Mississippi (Pearl High School), Cleveland Heights, Ohio (Raw Talent U Camp) and Paramus, New Jersey (Paramus Catholic)

June 9 – Warren, Ohio (Harding High School), Fairfeld, Ohio (Fairfeld High School) and Detroit, Michigan (Sound Mind Sound Body, Wayne State University)

June 10 – Detroit, Michigan (Sound Mind Sound Body, Wayne State University)

June 12 – Waco, Texas (University of Baylor)

June 12 – Norco, California (Empire Showcase)

June 13 – Houston, Texas (North Shore Stadium)

June 14- Addison, Texas (Greenhill High School) and Murfreesboro, Tennessee (Oakland High School)

June 15 – Kansas City, Missouri (Blue Springs South High School) and Pittsburg, Kansas (Pittsburg State)

June 17 – Columbia, South Carolina (Ridge View High School)

June 23 – Antioch, California (Antioch High School)

June 24 – Oceanside, California (Oceanside High School)

June 25 – Los Angeles, California (Hawkins High School)

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