Nevada athlete lines up visits

North Las Vegas (Nevada) Cheyenne three-star athlete D.J. Campbell has long been thought of as one of the top players in Nevada.
But for some reason the offers were escaping the 6-foot, 177-pounder. That's all changed over the past few months.
After already claiming a few early offers, Campbell says he's now added newer offers from UNLV, Nevada, Arizona State and UTEP.
"Michigan, Cal, Fresno State and Arizona State are the main ones that have been contacting me the most," Campbell said. "I've actually got offers now from UNLV, Nevada, Fresno State, Arizona State, and UTEP."
Campbell is an amazing athlete that could project at a number of different positions. So far this year's he's showing that versatility.
"Stat wise I think I have 51 tackles so far and four interceptions, two of them for touchdowns," he said. "On offense, I think I have 400 yards rushing and 400 yards passing, somewhere around there. We're 6-2. I think we're going to go pretty far in playoffs."
That ability to play everywhere has college coaches recruiting him at a number of different spots.
"At first I was getting recruited as defensive back, either corner or safety, but now most schools are saying they don't know which side of the ball they want me to play on because of the film they've seen on me," he said. "Cal and Michigan want me as a defensive back, most likely a corner."
Campbell has started to line up his official visit schedule.
"I'm thinking about going to Cal on Dec. 8," he said. "Michigan, I'm still trying to set up the visit with them. Fresno State, I'm going out to Dec. 15. And Arizona State on Nov. 17."
But make no mistake about it, he hopes to get offers from the Wolverines and Bears.
"Michigan, I like their tradition," he said. "I watched every one of their games that I could this year and they all play hard. Then Cal, I like their academics, because they're one of the top academic schools. Then at the same time they're also ranked and I've been watching them and they've been playing really good.
"Also I've been talking to Pete Alamar at Cal and Ron Lee at Michigan, and I like the way they're recruiting me."