The sum of all fears has been realized.
At least as far as recruiting satellite camps go. Michigan and Jim Harbaugh will be invading Tennessee on June 14th. The Wolverines will be hosting a satellite camp at Oakland High School in Murfreesboro. The event is being billed as the “Elite Exposure Camp.” It costs $60 to register and is open to all high schoolers.
This week, it was announced that the Vols will be in attendance at the camp to scout prospects and keep an eye on Harbaugh. Among the players who will be working out at the camp, UT will primarily be evaluating 5-star 2017 wide receiver JaCoby Stevens.
Oakland football coach Kevin Creasy, who was a quarterback at Michigan, will be coaching QBs at the camp while Vanderbilt coach Derek Mason, a former Harbaugh assistant at Stanford, will be directing defensive backs.
Austin Peay, Tennessee Tech, UT Martin, Navy, and Louisville are among the other schools that will be evaluating recruits in Murfreesboro on Tuesday. Coach Creasy told the Daily News Journal, “We don’t have a wide range of our players that are going to get offers from Michigan or Tennessee. We wanted everyone to benefit from our team. … It’s a great way to showcase our kids.”