With two offensive linemen already in the books for the 2008 recruiting class, LSU is at the top of the list to get a third one in offensive lineman Daniel Campbell out of Adline, Texas.
6-6, 320-pound Campbell was voted to the first team all-district last season and
said he credits his quick feet for his ability to prevent on- coming defenders
from flattening his quarterback.
pass blocking is really my strong suit," said Campbell. "I'd say I'm a good pass blocker
because of my quick feet and ability to read defenses."
far, Campbell has received offers from LSU, Texas
A&M, Texas, BYU, Baylor, Oklahoma State,
Oklahoma and a
few other schools.
now LSU stands out and I'd say they are my first choice right now," said
offensive line program they have there and coaches are real good. I also like
the type of offense they run."
was able to experience LSU first hand this past weekend when he attended Junior
was a real nice experience," said Campbell. "I liked the campus and everything
about it was just real nice. I found out more about the education I would be
getting if I went there. I found out more about academics than anything and what
the school was really about."
was also able to chat with coach Les Miles and linebackers coach Bradley Dale
Peveto, who is in charge of recruiting the big Texan.
Peveto was a real nice guy and I got a chance to know him better at Junior Day,"
"Coach Les Miles wanted me to come into his office and talk with him, and that
was pretty special. He just told me I should get used to the campus and what
would be required academic wise."
LSU is his No. 1 school at this point, though, he won't be making any decisions
any time soon.
was thinking about committing while I was there, but I still have so many other
visits to take," he said. "I didn't want to lead them on. It felt like they
really wanted me to be there, so right now they're my number