Michigan Wolverines football coach Jim Harbaugh and his staff will visit Springfield High School on June 1 and be guests at the Springfield Elite Football Camp, hosted by the Springfield football staff.
The satellite camp is one of four Michigan has scheduled so far in Ohio this summer. Michigan coaches will also attend camps at Cleveland Heights on June 8 and at Fairfield High School and Warren High School on June 9.
Springfield High School is 47.5 miles from the home of the Buckeyes, Ohio Stadium, and Michigan has been active in recruiting Springfield players. Springfield’s Leonard Taylor, a tight end in the class of 2018, verbally committed to Michigan in April. Former Wildcat Antwuan Johnson, a linebacker, verbally committed to Michigan in March. He recently transferred to Dunbar.
The camp is open to students in grades 9-12. It goes from 5-8 p.m. Wednesday, June 1. Registration starts at 3 p.m. at the Springfield High School Stadium at 701 E. Home Road. Cost is $20 per student.
Coaches from the following colleges will also attend: University of Kentucky, University of Toledo, Youngstown State University, University of Albany, University of Dayton, Davidson University, Ashland University, Ohio Dominican University, University of Findlay, Urbana University, Central State University, Malone University, Walsh University, Saginaw Valley State University, Wittenberg University, Denison University, Marietta College, Cincinnati Christian University.
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