The University of Michigan, which has been one of the leaders in the push for satellite camps around the country, is scheduled to hold one of those camps at Oakland (Tenn.) High School in Murfreesboro on June 14.
Oakland, by the way, is home to five-star athlete JaCoby Stevens – one of the most coveted players in the nation in the 2017 class.
Oakland’s website features Michigan’s logo on its promotions for this camp and says in its description of the camp that it will feature Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan coaching staff.
But now it appears that the Wolverines will have some company, as Oakland announced via Twitter on Wednesday afternoon that Tennessee will be there as well.
— Oakland Elite Camp (@oaklandtncamp) June 8, 2016
There’s no word at this point on how many coaches from UT will be there ,who they might be or how much they’ll actually work together, but it appears that UT’s approach in taking on Jim Harbaugh in the satellite camp debate is to join him if they can’t beat him.