Denver (Colo.) South defensive end Calais Campbell is planning on visiting at least two schools this fall before making a decision. He knows what one of those schools is.
“I know I want to visit at least two schools,” the 6-foot-7, 225-pound Campbell said. “And I’m pretty sure Colorado State will be one of the schools I visit.”
Campbell’s older brother Ciarre is headed to play for Sonny Lubick this fall.
“Ciarre is going there and I will be going to see him some this fall. I know I’ll check out the school while I’m there.”
The other schools competing for Campbell’s talents include Miami, Nebraska, Michigan, Michigan State, Oregon, Washington and Kansas State.
“All of them have offered me except for Kansas State,” he said. “And coach (Greg) Peterson has told me they will probably offer before long. There are some others writing me quite a bit too, but those are the ones that I am focusing on the most right now.”
Campbell has no real preference as to what area of the country he ends up playing in.
“I like all of the conferences and their different styles of play. So, any of them will be fine for me.”
Campbell only took in one camp this summer, a team camp at Wyoming last week.
“We had a good time at the camp and worked on some things as a team. But, that’s the only one I can get to. The cost of them keeps me from being able to get to any more.”
Campbell plans to take his visits early in the fall in hopes of getting a decision done.
“I’d like to take my visits early on in the fall so I can focus on the season after getting a school chosen.”