Four offers are already in for a top Keystone State cornerback. The 5-foot-11, 190-pounder claims scholarships from the Big East, Pac-10, SEC and Big Ten.
"I have offers from Stanford, Vanderbilt, Minnesota and I just got one from Syracuse this week," Philadelphia (Pa.) Chestnut Hill Academy cornerback Ibraheim Campbell said. "It's pretty early and I don't plan to make a decision until my senior year.
"I can say I'm looking more at the academic schools like Stanford and Vanderbilt. Those set me up for a better future because I'm looking to do pre-med and become a doctor."
Campbell plans to visit one of the schools soon.
"I plan to visit Vanderbilt on April 19th and 20th. I also plan to visit Stanford as well, but I'm not sure when."
Interest is coming for Campbell from other schools including Northwestern, Boston College, Temple, Connecticut, Virginia and Duke.
Campbell earned all-Southeastern Pennsylvania, all-city and all-league after posting 1,772-yards rushing and 22 touchdowns as well as added 53 tackles, two interceptions and three fumble recoveries on defense.
"My strength as a player I guess is my aggressiveness and willingness to make contact."