BIOGRAPHY: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors after his sophomore and junior seasons. Totals last year included 47/8/4.5
after 45/11/4.5 as a junior. Career numbers of 67/17.5/11.5 came during his sophomore campaign.
POSITIVES: Campbell looked like an up-and-coming prospect after his terrific sophomore campaign, but his game has regressed ever since.
He lacks the size to be an every- down defensive end, and he does not possess the speed to play linebacker in the NFL. He
could be used in a three-point stance as a pass rush specialist, but he may have a hard time getting out of camp this summer.
NEGATIVES: Displays minimal quickness and speed to his game. Heavy-legged moving about the field. Was a non-factor in games during his
senior season. Does not display the quick first step out of a three-point stance or speed to the sidelines when stood up over
ANALYSIS: Solid college defender with marginal potential for the next level. Plays with excellent pad level, keeps his feet moving up
the field, and flashes power in his lower body. Works his hands throughout the action, quickly alters his angle of attack
or redirects to the action. Rarely off his feet, and shows an aggressive nature to his game.