Jim Harbaugh has become pretty well known for his unique antics on the recruiting trail. But on Wednesday night, the Michigan head coach was a little more practical in his approach.
During an in-home visit with Tommy Tremble, a three-star tight end out of Georgia, Harbaugh challenged the prospect to a friend game — or maybe not so friendly — of ping-pong. A video of one rally between the two made its way to Twitter.
#Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh playing ping pong with Norcross (Ga.) Wesleyan 2018 tight end Tommy Tremble (@TommyTrem) during his in-home visit last night. Tremble won this point, but Harbaugh won the match 😂 pic.twitter.com/u3Gfiudkra
— Brice Marich (@BriceMarich) November 30, 2017
Harbaugh lost the point, but went on to defeat Tremble in the match. Hopefully the tight end doesn’t hold that against the head coach.
Tremble was in the Big House on Saturday for Michigan’s battle against Ohio State, according to 247Sports. He has 26 total offers right now, including four from B1G programs.