Tennessee is not recruiting well just because they got 18 dudes
My son is participating, and we just got a last minute email that they have added a Hawaiian luau meal and a pool party to the end of the camp! Will Harbaugh stop at nothing? I'm pretty sure we are going to see Jimmy doing canonballs off the high dive.
ESPN has a nice photo feature entitled (LINK) Mr. Harbaugh Comes to Town. The subtitle is "A day in the world of college football recruiting and the new phenomenon of satellite camps." Photographer Rob Tringali looks to have had full access to the day at Paramus, and there are almost 2 dozen photos of the day. This is completely fluff, but still pleasant.
Let the fun begin.
Most Michigan commits (except McCaffrey) fall a few spots
M-Live piece about Michigan's recruiting over the past 10 years. The article includes an interactive map showing where Michigan (and MSU for some reason) has pulled recruits from. We certainly have a national reach.
Also, Trigger Warning in regards to RR recruiting.
Michigan's always had a national reach, but Harbaugh is taking that to the extreme.
That's the biggest difference between him and his direct predecessors, as MLive has reviewed the past 10 Michigan recruiting classes. That includes the last of Lloyd Carr and also the tenures of Rich Rodriguez and Brady Hoke.
"We're out there looking for nuggets of gold, to bring the best and brightest to the University of Michigan," Harbaugh said on national signing day in February. "That will remain our objective."