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Advocate staff photo by BRIANNA PACIORKA -- Tulane defensive coordinator Jack Curtis works with defensive players during a Christian Life-hosted satellite football camp held at Memorial Stadium on Friday, June 3, 2016.

Brianna Paciorka

It will be a combination of maize, blue and green in June, with Michigan slated to join a satellite camp hosted by Tulane football. 

The Wolverines' visit is one of several similar camps they'll be joining, according to a report from the Detroit Free Press

Tulane's official account touted the camp for June 9 in a since-deleted tweet. The tweet said it would cost $40 to attend and would be at a venue to be announced. The tweet listed the location as New Orleans. 

Of the several camps Michigan is slated to attend, one is also scheduled for June 9 at Tennessee State in Nashville. That camp is slated to begin at 1:30 p.m.

Satellite camps, or "recruiting camps" as LSU Athletic Director Joe Alleva referred to them while criticizing the practice, were a hot topic last year before the NCAA rescinded a proposed ban on them. 

“I just think it’s a terrible idea,” Alleva said at the time. “But if we have to do it, we have to do it. Mainly what I’m concerned about is other schools coming into our state and stealing our kids.”

The practice of Tulane partnering with other programs for such camps also came under fire from then-LSU coach Les Miles, who took several shots at the Green Wave at the time. Last year, with the Green Wave partnering with the Tigers' SEC rival Texas A&M, Miles suggested other school's could poach their talent. 

“I don’t know that they’re going to get out of that what they want,” he said at the time.

Read the full report from the Detroit Free Press here.