The invasion continues.
Big Ten mainstays Ohio State and Michigan have a reputation of being able to recruit nationally, and now the coaches of both programs will be in Georgia this summer to assist at satellite camps.
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer and his staff will attend a camp at Central Gwinnett High School in Lawrenceville on June 16, Central Gwinnett coach Todd Wofford told 247Sports’ Kipp Adams.
“I got a call from the Ohio State high school relations department, and they asked me if I was interested,” Wofford told Adams. “I built a relationship with Coach Meyer and the staff from when they recruited (former Ohio State linebacker) Trey Johnson. They felt our high school, with the castle in the background, would be a good avenue to be our guest at our camp.”
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