The Syracuse Orange football staff continues adding satellite camps to its offseason itinerary. The latest, as predicted, will be held in South Florida at St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.). Syracuse.com's Stephen Bailey reported this morning that Dino Babers would be in attendance for SU at the Stetson-run camp on June 3. Jim Harbaugh's Michigan staff will also be there -- which is the case for several other Orange satellite camps as well.
With the work secondary coach Nick Monroe's been doing in the Sunshine State (seven commits for 2016 alone), it's understandable Syracuse would want to grow its foothold in the talent-rich area by any means necessary.
It's unlikely this is the last of the Orange's satellite camps, however. So far, Babers and his staff have 10 separate camps including this South Florida date. Others on the list include Cleveland, New Jersey, Virginia, Ontario and Brooklyn, as well as three separate camps in Syracuse later in June.
While the scope of these satellite camps is currently pretty open-ended, expect it to be a hot topic for the NCAA and the power conferences this summer.