Michigan and UCLA will team up for a satellite camp on June 11th at the University of California, Los Angeles, according to UCLA coach Jim Mora on The Rich Eisen Show.
Talking #NFLDraft with @UCLAFootball head coach @Jim_MoraUCLA LIVE here in Philadelphia. #Bruins https://t.co/i2c53fPtwk— Rich Eisen Show (@RichEisenShow) April 27, 2017
The camp will feature Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh and other coaches from his staff.
“We're going to have a camp," Mora said. “Michigan is going to send some of their coaches out, Jim Harbaugh is coming out - we’re going to do a combined camp with Michigan. It's going to be fun.”
Michigan has an 8-3 all-time series lead over UCLA. The last time the two teams played was in the 2000 season, with UCLA winning by a field goal.
A key tie between the Wolverines and Bruins is Jedd Fisch, who was Michigan’s passing game coordinator before leaving after last season to become UCLA’s offensive coordinator.
Last year, Michigan stopped at almost 40 different venues for satellite camps, including in Australia. However, most camps were at high schools. The NCAA Division I Council passed a decree on April 14th that schools could only work 10 days in June or July. The other important precedent is that the camps must take place on a college campus.
Michigan has seven players committed to its 2018 class, including four-star offensive guard Emil Ekiyor, four-star cornerback Myles Sims, four-star linebacker/safety Otis Reese, four-star defensive end Aidan Hutchinson, three-star cornerback Gemon Green, three-star running back Christian Turner, and three-star cornerback German Green.
UCLA recently topped Michigan on the recruiting trail as four-star quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson committed to the Bruins over the Wolverines.