Vegas standout picks up first offer

North Las Vegas (Nev.) Cheyenne has consistently been sending their best players to the D-I level and once again they have a bona fide D-I prospect in D.J. Campbell (6-0, 177, 4.5). Campbell played all over the field for Cheyenne lining up at free safety, cornerback, wide receiver and quarterback.
Campbell already has his first offer from hometown UNLV. The word is Michigan is close to offering and is taking a long look at him.
Other schools showing interest in Campbell are Notre Dame, Oregon State and Colorado State.
"The recruiting process is going very good," Campbell said. "I am currently waiting for my SAT score."
"I think once I pass I will get more offers, possibly Michigan," Campbell said. "I'm pretty sure my recruiting will pick up."
"Location will be a factor in my decision," Campbell said. "Also the school should be strong in my major, which will be physiology."
"I wouldn't mind going away from home to attend college," Campbell said. "There are too many distractions near home."
"Miami is my dream school and I just sent them my tape," Campbell said. "I also like Michigan, USC and Texas."
Campbell was a standout at the recent SPARQ combine at East Los Angeles College. He has the third best SPARQ rating with a score of 89.
The scouting report on Campbell is he's very athletic, has a tremendous work ethic and has is very intelligent with a high football IQ.
Campbell is an outstanding all-around athlete who also participates in track taking part in the 100-meter (11.1), long jump (21.1) and high jump (6-2).