LSU Gold
Position
Offensive Line
Height
6'6
Weight
325
Class
Freshman
Hometown
Monroe, La.
High School
Neville HS
Experience
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).

HIGH SCHOOL
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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