Campbell makes three in Houston

Yates offensive lineman Leroy Chevalier and Klein big-man J.B. Shugarts were recently joined by Aldine's Daniel Campbell as junior offensive lineman from Houston with official offers.
The big three combine the size and athleticism not found in players their size. Shugarts leads the trio with over a dozen offers while Chevalier received his first from Baylor last week.
Campbell (6-6, 300-pounds) has received verbal offers from BYU and Florida, but Baylor was the first to deliver the goods.
"Well Baylor was first to offer in writing," Aldine coach Bob Jones said. "He'll have a ton before his junior year is over.
"What I love about Daniel is that he's never satisfied. He wants to make every block. Heck, even the great ones miss a few here and there. He's a good one."
Campbell has done a solid job in protecting up-and-coming junior quarterback Darron Thomas, who will also make a splash on the 2008 recruiting scene.
Thomas (6-3, 185-pounds) transferred from Houston-area power Westfield and has flourished at Aldine.
"He's never played quarterback before this year and he's doing a tremendous job," Jones said. "He had a great game against Lamar High School where he looked like Vince Young. He ran for 200 yards and threw for 200 yards. He's a big kid and a long-strider like Vince."
With a little polish Thomas could join the likes for Stratford's Andrew Luck, St. Pius' Billy Noonan and Klein Forest's Ford Lakin as the big four in 2008 at quarterback.