The reaction to Friday’s satellite camp ban ruling by the NCAA was loudly opposed by many. Players, coaches and media members sounded off on the issue.

That prompted another reaction over the weekend from B1G players.

The NCAA ruling meant that college coaches will no longer be allowed to participate at camps and clinics. One of those greatly impacted by that decision was the Sound Mind Sound Body camp in Detroit. Annually regarded as one of the top exposure camps for recruits in the country, the camp’s founder explained why the lack of coaches will cause a major drop-off in interest.

Last summer alone, the camp played host to coaches from Michigan, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Ohio State and more. In its 11 years of existence, more than 12,000 kids were reached by the annual event in Detroit and other locations.

B1G players, current and past, took to Twitter to share their complaints about what the NCAA’s ruling did to the exposure camp:

The camp was set to expand to six regions over the summer with various coaches scheduled to participate. The SMSB board members are reportedly still seeking a way for college coaches to speak at the camps, but not run them.

SMSB founder Curtis Blackwell is an MSU assistant, and he’s not even sure if he’ll be allowed to attend his own camps. Even though it isn’t technically a satellite camp, coaches are still prevented from attending camps that aren’t held on their campus.

Perhaps a strong enough reaction from the players, recruits and coaches will force the NCAA to make an exception.