Peters: 'Good Experience' Working W/Harbaugh

Michigan 2016 QB commit Brandon Peters talks about working with U-M coach Jim Harbaugh and more.

INDIANAPOLIS -- Two months to the day since he committed to Michigan, Avon (Ind.) 2016 quarterback Brandon Peters finally got his first opportunity to be coached by U-M coach Jim Harbaugh at Michigan's satellite camp held at Bishop Chatard in Northeast Indianapolis on Thursday.

"It was a good experience," Peters said. "It was a little feeling out and see how they coach. It was a pretty good experience, that I feel everyone should experience. Coach Harbaugh is a crazy dude.

"I knew from the beginning he was that type of coach. I like him."

Crazy is one way to say it, unique is another.

Harbaugh had the players run laps, play ultimate style shirts and skins football, and a game of lighting style quarterback throws through the goal post in the camp setting.

"That's the first time I have ever done that," Peters said on the quarterback game. "But everything was pretty basic other than that."

That being said. Peters looked calm on the field, and it showed in his performance.

"I just came out here to do my best," Peters said. "I don't have anything to prove anymore [in my recruitment]. They've seen me throw before. I was just kind of feeling things out."

With other top recruits in attendance, Peters says he talks to them about Michigan, however, he doesn't pressure them into joining hm.

"We talk about it a lot," Peters said. "I can tell him to come to Michigan. But it's their decision.

"I've been reaching out to guys with offers from Indiana. Just telling [recruits] about Michigan. Just telling them about the coaches. Some out of state guys a little but too. I think that's a big role for me, and to do it well too and get some good players at Michigan."

Next up for Peters, he says he will attending the Elite 11 semifinals in Los Angeles Friday through Sunday.

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