Another major Big Ten program will hold a camp at the Sunshine State, although it’s not the same type of camp.

Frank Frangie of 1010XL Radio in Jacksonville first reported that Ohio State will be holding a satellite camp at Jacksonville University in early June. That makes two straight years that coach Urban Meyer will hold a satellite prospects camp in the state of Florida.

The Buckeyes’ camp is different than that of Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh’s in that it’s intended for high school prospects.


Meyer signed four players who played high school ball in the state of Florida in the program’s Class of 2016, including five-star defensive end Nick Bosa out of St. Thomas Aquinas High School.

He also got commitments from three other four-star prospects in WR Binjimen Victor (Coconut Creek) as well as a pair of players from IMG Academy in guard Tyler Gerald and defensive tackle Malik Barrow.