49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh will be reunited -- at least momentarily.
Kaepernick is expected to take part in Harbaugh's quarterback camp, as announced by the former 49ers head coach on Twitter.
The camp, titled 'Ann Arbor's Aerial Assault, A4 Elite Quarterback Training School,' is expected to take place on June 20.
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Along with Kaepernick, current 49ers backup quarterback Blaine Gabbert and former third-stringer Josh Johnson will be in attendance, all of which worked under Harbaugh at some point during their respective football careers.
Other passers such as Kyle Boller, Jay Cutler, David Fales, Sean Mannion, Tyrod Tayler, and 2015 first overall pick Jameis Winston will be there. Well-known QB coach George Whitfield is also expected to help out.
In Harbaugh's only stint as an NFL head coach, he worked with general manager Trent Baalke to trade up and select Colin Kaepernick in the early second round out of Nevada-Reno in 2011.
Kaepernick was the second pick ever in Harbaugh's tenure with the 49ers, selected only after All-Pro pass rusher Aldon Smith.
Kaepernick would be the only quarterback drafted in the top five rounds during Harbaugh's time in San Francisco from 2011-2014.
ExposureU teams w NFL QBs & trainers for a 1 day Aerial Assault. First ever 2016, 2017, 2018, & 2019 QB Cage Match! pic.twitter.com/Kw93lkmjlQ— Coach Harbaugh (@CoachJim4UM) May 13, 2015