Linebacker/fullback Jordan Campbell (5-11, 235, 4.7) from Norco, Calif., has been busy on the camp circuit. He attended USC's camp this past weekend (June 10 & 11) and Arizona State the weekend before that.
Campbell was able to show off his versatility at the USC camp working out at both linebacker and fullback. He must of impressed somebody with his performance because USC invited Campbell to come back the next day to work out as a defensive end.
"(USC assistant) Coach David Watson told me there is so much that I can do that there is no limit," Campbell said. "They want to see what I can do against the big boys."
"Everything at the USC Camp was fast pace," Campbell said. "You are always on the hop. Even the adrenalin rush is very high."
Campbell did a solid job at the defensive end position.
Campbell must have been pretty impressive at the Arizona State Camp, too, because the word is the Sun Devils could have an offer pending.
"ASU was a cool camp, too," Campbell said. "The coaches were really nice guys. They let you know how they feel."
"The facilities and weight room were great," Campbell said. "I didn't get to see a lot of the school, but what I saw I liked."
"I talked to coach Tom Osborne and he told me that they are going over all the players who participated in the camp and then they could offer me," Campbell said. "They think I'm a perfect fit for their program and that I could get early playing time."
As a junior, Campbell earned all-league, all-county, all-CIF, all-area and all-state after racking up 135 tackles, three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, and two sacks.
Campbell currently has offers on the table from Oregon, Washington, UTEP, Baylor, Minnesota, UConn, Fresno State, San Diego State, UNLV, and Boise State.