Wolverines head Down Under to hold satellite camp in Australia

What is Harbaugh trying to accomplish with Australia satellite camp? (0:59)

Mike Golic and Ian Fitzsimmons react to Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh being slated to hold a satellite camp in Australia. (0:59)

Michigan's satellite camps are going global.

The Wolverines are set to stage a June 3 camp in Australia, Nathan Chapman of ProKick Australia reported on Twitter on Tuesday night, or Wednesday morning Down Under.

Participation by Michigan coaches was already confirmed for 27 camps in the United States, including three on June 3 in Florida: a morning camp in Jacksonville and two events in Fort Lauderdale.

According to Chapman, Michigan staffers will coach every position at the event, hosted by Monbulk Soccer Club.

The expected whereabouts of coach Jim Harbaugh and the number of Michigan coaches scheduled to appear in Australia were not immediately known. Michigan is prohibited by NCAA rules from promoting its satellite camps.

The Wolverines and Harbaugh have been positioned at ground zero of the controversy over satellite camps since before the Division I Council banned the events on April 8. The decision was overturned by the NCAA Board of Directors on April 28, sending Michigan and other schools into planning mode.

The Wolverines, for a second straight year, have led the charge nationally to spread their brand through the camps.

Several college specialists have used ProKick Australia as a path to the American game, including former Maryland place-kicker Brad Craddock and punter Blake O'Neill, who started last season at Michigan after transferring from Weber State.

Defensive tackle Adam Gotsis, punter Lachlan Edwards and running back Jarryd Hayne of the San Francisco 49ers have also transitioned from Australia to experience success in the United States.