LB Jeremy Campbell
6-2, 215, 4.6
Spruce Creek High School
Port Orange, Florida
STATS: Recorded 90 tackles including 14 tackles for loss and seven sacks as a senior at Spruce Creek High School...also had over 500 yards of total offense and five touchdowns on offense...was named the team defensive MVP as a senior...also named to the All Five-Star Conference first-team defense...recorded 43 tackles, including 3 sacks as a junior in 2004.
CHOSE CLEMSON OVER: Georgia Tech, Illinois, Purdue, Kansas, Louisville and Indiana.
STRENGTH: Has the quickness, football instincts and athletic ability to make plays as an outside linebacker. Also has the speed and awareness to be a strong safety if needed.
HE SAID IT: "I want to make sure my education comes first," Campbell said during the recruiting process. "Getting my education is something that is important to me, and I want to check to see how each school performs in what I want to major in. I'm thinking of going to business school in college."
WHY CLEMSON? "I just made the call to Coach Hobby," Campbell said on the day he made his verbal commitment to Clemson. "He was very excited. Me and my dad talked when I got back from Kansas on my official visit. We decided Clemson was the best place for me. When I was there (at Clemson), I felt at home. I felt like I do when I am here. I felt like I was at home with the guys just hanging out."
COACH BLACKWELL SAYS: "Jeremy Campbell is another prospect we are very excited about," he said. "We think he's a guy that comes in underrated and could do a number of different things for us. We are excited to have him. Of course I may be a little bit more excited because I'm the linebackers coach, but we can't wait to get him here."
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