June 2, 2016
If everything goes as planned for Michigan during the offseason, Jim Harbaugh will make noise everywhere while the rest of the Wolverines quietly prepare for the 2016 campaign.
Harbaugh and the coaching staff are quite literally traveling the world to participate in satellite camps—39, to be exact, according to Mark Snyder of the Detroit Free Press. In addition to stops in SEC Country, Michigan is headed to American Samoa and Australia.
While that effort should reap success on the recruiting trail, a top priority for the Wolverines is immersing summer-arriving freshmen in the next level of football.
The newcomers will join an established group of players with a few objectives to work toward before fall camp.