Jim Harbaugh Pulled One Of His Most Absurd Moves Yet While Visiting A Florida High School

Jim Harbaugh Squats Weights During High School Recruiting Visit

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  • Jim Harbaugh is once again turning heads with his behavior on the recruiting trail
  • The Michigan head coach took some time out of his visit to Jesuit High School in Tampa to hit the squat rack in the school’s gym
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Since taking over as the head coach of the Michigan Wolverines, Jim Harbaugh has firmly established himself as one of the most entertaining figures in college football as well as one of the most Certifiably Weird Dudes you’ll ever encounter (I want to stress that I use that phrase as a term of endearment, as I adore the many quirks that make the diehard khaki-lover the loveable oddball that he is).

Many of the tales that define Harbaugh’s mythos stem from his wacky misadventures on the recruiting trail, like the time he wore cleats inside a prospective player’s house, tried to prove some kind of point by climbing a tree at another’s, and decided to partake in an impromptu slumber party during a late-night visit.

Now, he’s added to his legend yet again thanks to the move he pulled while visiting a high school in Florida.

On Thursday, Harbaugh stopped by Jesuit High School in Tampa while making the recruiting rounds. While there, he met with the coach of the state champion Tigers and also got to take a tour of their facilities—including a stop in the weight room, where he seized the opportunity to pound out some squats while rocking some business casual garb.

I don’t know if anyone needed any additional proof that Jim Harbaugh is a consummate Football Guy, but if you did, you certainly got some thanks to that.

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Connor Toole is the Deputy Editor at BroBible. He is a New England native who went to Boston College and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. Frequently described as "freakishly tall," he once used his 6'10" frame to sneak in the NBA Draft and convince people he was a member of the Utah Jazz.