Yesterday, Prokick Australia announced that they would be hosting Michigan assistants at a camp down under, and today brings more news of Harbaugh's intent to bring satellite camps global.
On Facebook today, John Raynar, the Republican Party vice chairman of American Samoa announced via a posting that Michigan's staff will work a camp in the Somoan islands on June 1st, and Harbaugh will be there for one on June 30th.
In American Samoa, Harbaugh and the Michigan staff that will be there will set foot on some of the most fertile recruiting territory that the Big Ten (and really everyone outside of the Pac 12)has yet to master. Pac 12 teams have been pulling quality kids from the islands for years and years.
It's only a matter of time before more programs are hitting the American Samoa for satellite camps, as the islands are known to churn out a wealth of FBS talent that litter major college rosters including USC, Oregon, Arizona, Utah and Oregon State, just to name a few.