Richardson (Texas) Berkner defensive tackle Adrian Campbell thought that he was done with his recruitment when he made a late July commitment to Baylor. However, three days later, he was back on the market.
The 6-foot-5, 241-pounder opened his recruitment back up after making a commitment to Baylor and apparently is looking at everyone now. It also appears that both the Bears and Campbell have moved on from each other and a new group of teams are on his mind.
"I've got a top five now and its UCLA, Arkansas, Michigan State, Colorado State, and Oklahoma State," Campbell said. "Oklahoma State and UCLA haven't offered, but they want me to come out there and visit and also watch my first few games this season."
Two official visits were already set with one being to Arkansas (Sept. 2) and one to Colorado State (Sept. 9). CSU's date has changed.
"I'm going to have to reschedule that visit," Campbell said. "I just can't get up there on that date."
SMU, Houston, Kansas State, and Utah have also offered the talented defender. He's going to set up more of his visits in the coming weeks and hopes to have a decision sometime during his final season of high school ball.
"I'm hoping during the mid-point of my season this fall, I'll have the decision made on where I want to go," he said. "My parents wanted me to weigh my options and that's why I didn't stay with my commitment.
"Now, we're just going to see how things go."