Sometimes, you can beat them and join them at the same time. Ohio State just proved that today.
According to a report from 247Sports, the Buckeyes will be participating at a satellite camp this summer at Lawrenceville (Ga.) Central Gwinnett. Ohio State's main rival, Michigan, will also take part in a satellite camp in Georgia this year.
Penn State has participated at various satellite camps in recent years as well, and OSU held one in Florida last year.
Central Gwinnett head coach Todd Wofford broke down the process behind how the Buckeyes linked up with their camp.
"I got a call from the Ohio State high school relations department, and they asked me if I was interested," Wofford said. "I built a relationship with Coach Meyer and the staff from when they recruited Trey Johnson. They felt our high school, with the castle in the background, would be a good avenue to be our guest at our camp."
Georgia is loaded with high-level recruits, and Central Gwinnett is one of the more well-stocked programs in the state. This should only help Ohio State's recruiting in the Peach State.
It doesn't appear like the satellite camp trend will be ending any time soon.