Profile - Christian Campbell
Ponchatoula, Louisiana quarterback Christian Campbell has guided his team to a 10-0 record this season. The Georgia Tech commit remains firm in his commit and plans to sign with Georgia Tech on February 7th.
Last weekend Campbell was in Baton Rouge to watch the home state school play Alabama. “It was just a visit to see a game and not much else.” Christian didn’t talk to the LSU coaches other than to say hello.
The visit was not to check out another school. “I am firmly committed to Georgia Tech.” Christian couldn’t turn down the chance to get free tickets to watch the game. Campbell let the Tech coaches know and they told Christian to enjoy himself. “Coach (Bryan) Cook told me that if it were him he would have gone.”
Campbell has stayed in touch with Coach Cook throughout the season. “Coach Cook said he is really looking forward to working with me when I get to Georgia Tech.”
Christian plans to take his official visit to Tech in January. “The coaches are going to get back to me on the exact date. Christian will be spending the weekend with his fellow commits as well as some of the uncommitted recruits.
Since he committed to Tech in June, Campbell has not received much attention from other schools. California is one of the schools that has contacted Christian. “Most schools know I’m set on where I’m going.”
Since they both visited Tech earlier in the season, Christian has kept in touch with Hahnville receiver and Tech commit Brandon Singleton. “It will be nice to have someone you're comfortable with and know before you get to college.” Campbell has also gotten to know some of the other commits and feels this will be a close knit class. “That will be a good thing.”