Jim Harbaugh has been busy preparing for the 2016 NCAA season, and has been seen wearing several jerseys of pro athletes.
The Michigan head coach on Wednesday was spotted at Blue Springs South High in Blue Springs, Missouri wearing the jersey of a former player, quarterback Alex Smith.
Harbaugh wore a white away Chiefs jersey with Smith's No. 11.
Harbaugh inherited Smith when he was hired to coach the 49ers in 2011. Smith, a former No. 1 overall pick in 2005 by the 49ers, had a career resurgence in his first year under Harbaugh, setting career-bests in passing yardage, completions, completion percentage, interception percentage, yards per attempt and wins. He also had led a career-high six fourth-quarter comebacks.
Smith in 2013 was traded to Kansas City under Harbaugh's administration following the emergence on Colin Kaepernick.
Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh at Blue Springs South, wearing an Alex Smith jersey. pic.twitter.com/oLBvrPlmQI— Sam McDowell (@SamMcDowell11) June 15, 2016