BIO: Three-year starter named SEC Offensive Player of the Year last season after totaling 69.6 percent/2,700/20/7 as a passer and adding three more scores on the ground. Completed 62 percent of his passes as a junior for 2,267 passing yards after a completion mark of 63 percent as a sophomore.
POSITIVES: Athletic passer who took his game to another level as a senior. Patient in the pocket, buys time for receivers and poised under pressure. Feels the rush, steps up to avoid it, then finds the open pass-catcher. Improved his reads in the pocket, displays solid field vision and overall awareness. Looks off the safety, goes through receiver progressions and does not force the ball if nothing.s available. Does not take bad sacks and always trying to make something positive happen. Keeps his eyes down the field rolling out, makes good decisions and runs with the ball as a last resort. Accurate between the hashes, displays a good sense of timing and improved his pass placement as a senior. Effective at the Senior Bowl in a West Coast timing offense.
NEGATIVES: Cannot drive the deep pass, late on the outs and loses accuracy throwing on the move. Rarely makes plays with his legs.
ANALYSIS: A prospect with the physical tools to work with, Campbell improved his overall game and made a big jump up draft boards the past six months. Most effective in a short passing offense that does not rely on the vertical game. Will need to sit on the sidelines for a few seasons and develop his game, but proved himself a capable leader off the 2004 season.