These satellite camps hosted by Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines coaching staff sure seem like a lot of fun. During his latest camp, the quarterbacks in attendance got to break up the monotony of your usual QB drills by playing baseball.
Not only did they play baseball, they did so with a very famous face: Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler.
During the baseball drills, ball machines shot balls into the air and the quarterbacks had to locate it before fielding the ball and throwing a cut-off to Cutler. It’s a pretty unique experience for many of these youngsters.
Baseball being played at Jim Harbaugh's quarterback camp at Michigan Stadium.
— Brendan Quinn (@BFQuinn) June 20, 2015
MLive.com’s Brendan F. Quinn explained the drill in more detail.
Along with Cutler, ex-NFL quarterback Ken Dorsey, former Michigan QBs Denard Robinson, Todd Collins, Elvis Grbac, Rick Leach, John Wangler, Dennis Franklin and Devin Gardner, and current U-M QBs Shane Morris and Jake Ruddock were in attendance.
There were definitely plenty of quality players to learn from.
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