It seems like every year you hear about an Australian making some waves in college football, often as a punter. And with programs going full tilt with their satellite camps it was only a matter of time before camps went global.
Leave it to Jim Harbaugh and Michigan to be the first to do it, and last night Prokick Australia announced that the Michigan staff are heading down under for a one-day camp. The Wolverines staff are set to be busy, as the trip to Australia will be the staff's 27th satellite camp of the off season. The flyer doesn't note whether Harbaugh will actually be there in person, and Michigan's camp schedule shows three other camps for the staff in Florida on that day.
Michigan coaches will in Australia to provide coaching on a variety of positions, including offensive line, defensive line, defensive backs, wide receivers, tight ends, special teams, quarterbacks and linebackers. Michigan signed an Australian punter (Blake O'Neill) in 2015.
Now, the question becomes who will be the first program to take their satellite camp to the Samoan islands? USA Today reports that Michigan is exploring Samoa and Hawaii as possible satellite camp locations in the near future.