Jim Harbaugh just threw some water on the whole “satellite camps are pointless” argument.

Michigan landed not one, but two recruits from one of his satellite camp destinations. Even better, both came from SEC country.

Leesburg (Ga.) Lee County High School products Aubrey Solomon and Otise Reese both gave their pledges to the Wolverines on Saturday during an unofficial visit, according to ESPN’s Tom VanHaaren.

Harbaugh visited Leesburg on the second day of his satellite camp tour, which helped land the Georgia recruits.

Solomon is a four-star 2017 defensive tackle and is the No. 94 player overall in the 2017 class. The sixth-rated defensive tackle in the class, Solomon is the No. 10 player in Georgia.

“Coach Harbaugh is a great guy,” he told 247sports. “He knows what he’s doing. He knows how to run a program. They have a future for you as well and are going to take care of you after you’re done playing football. It felt right to do it now. I liked everything I saw and appreciate the people here.”

He had offers from Alabama, Georgia, Ohio State, Ole Miss and others:

Solomon’s pledge gave the Wolverines their seventh player of four-stars or better in their No. 4-ranked 2017 class. Solomon is the second-highest rated player in Michigan’s class, behind only five-star quarterback Dylan McCaffrey.

Reese’s addition marked the third for the Wolverines’ 2018 class. A four-star safety, Reese is ranked No. 11 in Georgia and No. 117 player overall in the 2018 class.

It’s only two verbal commitments, but this is significant for Harbaugh making a dent in the SEC landscape, as many said he wouldn’t be able to do with his satellite camp tour.¬†The last time the B1G landed one of the top 10 recruits in Georgia was five-star 2014 linebacker Raekwon McMillan, who is now starring at Ohio State.

Maybe Harbaugh is beginning to start his own southern pipeline.