Jim Harbaugh and Urban Meyer were the first two major head coaches to announce the hosting of satellite recruiting camps for Michigan and Ohio State respectively.
Despite those moves, all 14 of the SEC coaches voted against the recruiting showcases, however, LSU Tigers head coach Les Miles said Wednesday that if the camps become legal within the conference, the Tigers will jump on board.
These satellite camps have been a hot topic amongst college coaches and Miles clarified his stance on the conversation.
Les Miles on satellite camps: "Should that not be a violation, I promise you, we'll do it all summer next year"http://t.co/NSEF0agNQ5
— Barrett Sallee (@BarrettSallee) May 27, 2015
The SEC is already the most dominant conference in college football and allowing them to expand their stranglehold on the recruiting trails could be a significant boost to the leagues high level of talent.
Will the potential decision persuade other members of the league? Maybe, but its certainly a topic to keep an eye out for as the summer progresses.
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