The Michigan football coach will add Cleveland Browns associate head coach Pep Hamilton to the U-M coaching staff, filling the hole left by Jedd Fisch, according to the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
Rapoport tweeted today that Harbaugh has been telling recruits for a few days that Hamilton will be at Michigan.
Fisch created a hole as the receivers and quarterbacks coach when he left to become UCLA's offensive coordinator last week. Hamilton has coached both positions in the past, including both for Harbaugh at Stanford from 2010-12. The 42-year-old Hamilton attended Howard University and, with the exception of those years at Stanford, has worked in the NFL from 2003 to the present.
Though Harbaugh also works with the quarterbacks, adding someone who has worked with the passing game at the NFL level, as Hamilton did as Andrew Luck's offensive coordinator in Indianapolis from 2013-15, was something he appreciated with Fisch.