Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer told Yahoo’s Pat Forde last year that satellite camps “should be outlawed,” but it wouldn’t stop him from participating.
“If it helps us, we’ll do it,” Meyer said.
He wasn’t lying.
Todd Wofford, the head coach at Central Gwinnett High School in suburban Atlanta, announced Thursday night that Meyer and the Ohio State staff will be special guests at a camp in June.
“It’s a good thing for Gwinnett County and a chance to show this is a place that’s kind of different and kind of special,” Wofford told SECCountry.com. “I think it’s a good opportunity for the kids and it creates excitement when you got people from up north coming down south. It creates a buzz for a lot of these kids who can’t get up to campuses up there. It gives them a chance to get in front of those colleges.”
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