For anyone who doesnt think this is a satellite camp, it is.
Ohio State is doing the same thing both Penn State and Michigan are doing, attending other schools camps as guests.
If anyone thinks Penn State or Michigan are hosting their own camps in other states across the country, the NCAA prohibits teams from hosting a camp anywhere outside of 50 miles from their campus.
Satellite camps are the loophole that allows these coaches to attend camps as guests, but cant host it.
The SEC has their own rule in place, which prohibits coaches from even being guests at other schools camps outside of 50 miles from their campus.
The 2017 class will have a monster WR haul, think that has a little to do with why we passed on Layne.
Also, Mack and Corley are still on the board along with Ahmir Mitchell if we miss out on either one. We are in a good position for all 3.
There's also Hawkins, Hill and McCall who all have the ability to play WR if need be.
Lets not forget that Urban is our head coach, nobody predicted Hill or Stump would have been in our 2015 class at this time last year.
This is his Senior year, he's gone after this upcoming season.
From my understanding, Corley and Mack are at the top of the staffs board.
After that, there are a lot of WRs who are in the 2nd group like Ahmir Mitchell.
They will, of course, chase Sam Bruce, Binjimin Victor and others until NSD.
Think the LOS is where the guy tosses him the ball from.
Recruits who pick against Ohio State aren't dumb?!?! This is for you op....
Sure if that happens, but as Urban himself has said, a big draw to Ohio State is getting the kids on campus and allowing them to see it. We are helping Harbaugh take the first step by drawing elite recruits to Michigan.
I'll take Meyer and Coombs,
Coombs has already planted the flag at Michigan's pipeline school, might as well plant it on their campus as well.
Shurburtt is a national guy on 247sports, his CB's are definitely worth paying attention to imo.
You can add Kipp Adams, Ryan Bartow, Lucky and Barton Simmons in there as well, with Birm, Alex and Wiltfong.
Anyone else isn't worth paying attention to.
Edit: Lucky is Shannon Terry, owner of 247sports.
Crystal balling Gary anywhere this early means absolutely nothing.
Wouldn't do it, as someone else on twitter mentioned this only helps Michigan with recruiting.
If elite coaches attend, then more recruits will attend and they will be on Michigan's campus for 1-3 days.
Michigan State may end up being a 3:30 or 6 start. I dont think it will be an 8 since we play TTUN the week after.
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Not sure. If Ferns makes the visit and commits, I think the staff would be done at 2.
Hansford is slowing down his recruitment, so there may end up being room for him later on in the year. Depends on what happens with other positions.
Penn State has one of the top Petroleum engineering schools in the country.