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Offensive Line
Monroe, La.
High School
Neville HS

Early enrollee at LSU and made an immediate impact with the Tigers during his first spring … Emerged as a starter on the offensive line during spring practice … A quick learner with a tremendous work ethic … Credits Cam Wire and other veterans on the offensive line for his quick development during the spring … Said his transition to the college game was aided by the fact he faced some of the top defensive linemen in college football every day during spring practice – Maason Smith, Jacquelin Roy and BJ Ojulari … Brings toughness, a true understanding of the game, and size and strength to the field … LSU head coach Brian Kelly says of Campbell, “it’s an emotional maturity that is rare as a freshman that’s made him a guy we can plug in as such a young player” … His dad, Brian, played college football at East Texas State University (now Texas A&M-Commerce).

One of the nation’s top offensive tackle prospects for the Class of 2022 and the top-rated high school player in the state of Louisiana … Four-year starter on the offensive line at Neville … Listed as the nation’s No. 4 overall prospect by ESPN … Rated as five-stars by 247Sports and four-stars by ESPN … Ranked No. 1 in the state, No. 5 at his position and No. 32 overall by 247sports … Four-star and No.4 prospect in the state per Rivals…Selected to participate in the 2022 Under Armour All-American Game… Inserted into the lineup due to an injury to a starter as a freshman at right tackle and never left the field … Helped team to a 10-3 mark and start semifinal appearance as a sophomore … Team returned to the state semifinals as both a junior and senior.

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