"I spoke with Coach (Johnny) Barr (recruiting coordinator) on Friday morning, and we were talking about a good time for me to come to spring practice and meet with the coaches," said Campbell. "We decided on March 30, that's a Friday."
Campbell has heard thus far from four other schools.
"I was at Mississippi's junior day a couple of weekends ago," he said. "I have heard from Arkansas, Louisiana-Monroe, and North Texas too. I've heard from Coach Petrino (Arkansas).
Campbell started out at another Frisco high school as a freshman and then moved to Lone Star when it opened, and he had his baptism into varsity football in Class 3A with the Rangers.
He said he has always been a fan of schools in the Big 12 and the SEC.
"I'm looking for a school that throws the ball around and is aggressive about throwing," said Campbell. "I'm looking for a good campus and a team that every week is competing to win. I'm not sure about what I want to study, but I know when I am through playing football that I want to coach."
Campbell said he has also heard from Oklahoma State offensive coordinator Todd Monken, who told him he liked what he saw of Campbell on tape.