Michigan to hold satellite camps in American Samoa
Michigan will hold satellite camps for football prospects in American Samoa, John Raynar, the vice chairman of the territory’s Republican party, announced on Thursday.
Michigan assistants will lead a camp there on June 1, and head coach Jim Harbaugh will guide one on June 30.
On Tuesday it was revealed that Michigan would hold a camp in Australia in June, with all of the Wolverines’ position coaches expected to attend.
The announcement came following the NCAA’s spring drama over satellite camps. Harbaugh, a supporter of the camps, angered namely SEC coaches when he scheduled spring practice in Florida and coached at other camps around the country.
Satellite camps were briefly banned by the Division I Council, but the decision was later overturned by the NCAA.