Michigan football adds 'big man' camp this summer

Angelique S. Chengelis
The Detroit News
Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh and offensive coordinator / offensive line coach Tim Drevno.

Michigan is expanding its camp opportunity for up-and-coming football players.

There will be a “big man” camp on June 18 that will be focused on offensive and defensive linemen and will be coached by current and former NFL linemen, many who played at Michigan.

This camp is the same day as Michigan’s “Aerial Assault” camp for quarterbacks. Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh, a former Michigan and NFL quarterback, hosted the camp last year and it attracted a number of former Michigan quarterbacks like Elvis Grbac, Todd Collins, Denard Robinson and Devin Gardner, and also Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, to work with young quarterbacks.

Go to michiganfootballcamp.com for more information.

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