Jim Harbaugh found another way to test the rules of the NCAA.

No, it’s not satellite camp related. But it is recruiting-based, even if he won’t admit it.

According to ESPN’s Tom VanHaaren, Paramus Catholic (NJ) and St. Frances (MD) will kick off the season at Michigan Stadium on Sept. 2 at 7 p.m.. VanHaaren reported that Paramus Catholic will own the gate and will sell tickets for the event. Michigan coaches, however, are not permitted to attend.

It’ll come at a steep price, too:

A team spokesperson confirmed the news on Wednesday.

So why would two teams separated by three fours fly all the way to the Big House for a game? Well, you can read between the lines on that one.

Paramus Catholic is of course the alma mater of former five-star Michigan recruits Jabrill Peppers and Rashan Gary. Michigan assistant Chris Partridge coached there before Harbaugh brought him on his staff. Currently, the Wolverines are recruiting four-star linebacker and Paramus Catholic standout Drew Singleton. Michigan also has interest in his teammate, three-star defensive tackle Corey Bolds.

Harbaugh is also giving the commencement speech at Paramus Catholic’s graduation on Thursday.

Michigan Stadium was already set to host 14 high schools from Aug. 25-27 in “Battle at the Big House.” Now the Wolverines will have back-to-back weekends of high school football games played in their stadium before they kick off the season against Hawaii on Sept. 3.

It’ll be interesting to see if anyone copies — or criticizes — the latest trick up Harbaugh’s sleeve.