Dominate at the NIKE Camp, earn scholarship offers. That's the story for numerous players after great days at the NIKE Training Camps and it's also the story for Corona (Calif.) Norco inside linebacker Jordan Campbell.
The 5-foot-11, 226-pounder had a very good effort at the recent Palo Alto camp and now he's getting more and more offers coming in.
"I was offered by Oregon and UNLV right after the camp," Campbell, who already had offers on the table from Baylor, UConn, Minnesota and New Mexico. "I'm really excited about the new offers. Oregon is a really good school, plus it's in the Pac 10. I like UNLV's coaches."
Campbell also said Arizona could be on the verge of offering. They were at his school on Monday.
Campbell impressed at the NIKE Camp, despite suffering from a slight hamstring pull.
"I felt about 75 percent," Campbell said. "I just wish I would have been 100 percent. I pulled my groin earlier this week at a camp on Wednesday and that's just when it really got messed up. I felt if I was 100 percent, I would have done better in my 40 and my shuttle. It was just hard to plant. I did all right in the bench and the vertical and I won every time in the one-on-ones.
"I banged the big guys, and I was able to muscle the guys around. I was able to get right up in the face of the running backs and stay with them. I think I did all right. You just have to come out there and compete."
And if you do, you're likely going to walk away with scholarship offers.