May 16, 2016
ANN ARBOR — And then there were 16.
Jim Harbaugh’s summer satellite camp tour continues to grow, seemingly multiple times each week. The latest, a two-day (June 17-18) event at Orem High School in Orem, Utah.
Michigan’s staff will be represented at the camp and will be joined by several other schools, including BYU, Stanford, Alabama, Florida State, Utah and more.
It’ll be another situation where Michigan’s staff is at least double (possibly triple) booked on a certain day, meaning they’ll have to split up.
Michigan is also due at Ridge View High School in Columbia South Carolina on June 17. The team is scheduled to host its own “Bright Lights Big House” camp at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor on the same day.
On June 18, Michigan will host its annual quarterback camp (Aerial Assault) in Ann Arbor.
Not counting the state of Michigan, Harbaugh’s staff is now scheduled to make trips to the following states and countries throughout the month of June: Alabama, Australia, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Kansas, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, Ohio, Samoa, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah and Virginia.
With one camp in Alabama canceled last week, the Utah trip pushes Michigan’s total number back up to 30 in June. That doesn’t include the seven different camps Michigan will also hold in Ann Arbor next month.
So, in total, it’ll be 37 camps (possibly more) in 30 days for Harbaugh and company in June.