Report: Ohio State trying to schedule satellite camp at star-studded high school

Urban Meyer is always trying to be a step ahead of the competition.

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With satellite camps once again permitted by the NCAA, colleges are looking to schedule sessions at some of the best high schools in the country. And it looks like Ohio State has its eye on one of the most renowned high schools in the county.

According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Buckeyes are trying to schedule a camp at Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) St. Thomas Aquinas, the same school that produced five-star defensive end Joey Bosa and his brother Nick. As of last year, St. Thomas led the nation with 17 players in the NFL.

According to the report, Michigan would like to schedule a camp the same day at the high school, but that’s unlikely to happen since the Wolverines would need Ohio State’s permission if the Buckeyes are the ones who host the event.

Even in May, Ohio State and Michigan are battling for every inch.