More than 600 of the best high school football players in the country were in New Jersey Wednesday hoping to impress coaches from 40 top colleges.
Paramus Catholic teammates and top recruits Corey Bolds and Drew Singleton saw their high school field transform into football heaven Wednesday night. Athletes from across 12 states hit the turf at Paramus, seizing their chance to prove they have what it takes to play at the next level.
An unprecedented 40 college programs were represented at the camp. The coaches worked together as a united staff. And front and center, was of course, the face of satellite camps, University of Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh. Harbaugh is in the midst of an international 39-camp tour, but this one had him more fired up than ever.
And it's not all fun and games. The NCAA does have representatives here to make sure the interaction between player and coach stays within compliance. While there are still limitations, these satellite camps get the ball rolling in the recruiting process.