In his first two years at Michigan, Jim Harbaugh has made the summer high school quarterback camp a football program staple.
Named Ann Arbor’s Aerial Assault, the camp, organized by then-passing game coordinator Jedd Fisch, featured current and former NFL players and coaches, drawing high-profile campers from across the country through the coaches’ connections.
Fisch left for UCLA and Pep Hamilton stepped into the job and the camp.
But U-M’s bigger problem is the new NCAA rules regarding who can work camps and the restrictions regarding “Individuals Associated With Prospects.”
As a result, the camp took on a different feel Saturday.