Jim Harbaugh, Michigan work satellite camp at John Carroll University

UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS, Ohio — Jim Harbaugh’s satellite camp tour — part three — is officially underway. 

Harbaugh and members of his coaching staff took part in a satellite camp outside Atlanta earlier in the day Friday before closing things out with a camp at John Carroll University outside Cleveland. 

Harbaugh himself will get to 11 satellite camps this month, as new NCAA rules mandate coaches can only participate in camps throughout a period of 10 days — the days do not have to be consecutive and there’s no limit to how many camps you can attend in a day. 

“Feels good (to be out here), I know we won’t be able to do as many,” Harbaugh said. “With the 10 days, I think I’m going to do 11 — me personally. I think all of our coaches will be somewhere in that area.  

“I’m thankful to be out here tonight. … I wish I could do more.”  

Harbaugh was flanked by assistants Tim Drevno, Pep Hamilton, Greg Frey, Greg Mattison and Michael Zordich on Friday night. 

The staff will continue on with its tour throughout a 10-day period this month, which includes stop for the Michigan-sponsored camps in Ann Arbor. 

Check out the above images from Friday’s camp and the attached video below.