"I graduated in three-and-a-half years with a degree in sociology and a minor in advertising and it has been a childhood dream to play in the NFL. So this is a dream come true. I made the decision over the holidays with my family, and they were very supportive of me. So was Coach Shannon, who was very supportive and very happy that I received my degree, since that's what he's all about."
"Still, it was a hard decision. But it's time for me to take the next step in my football career and I look forward to the challenges of the next level. I'll miss the University of Miami and my teammates. I love it here. I'm a die-hard Canes fan and I bleed orange and green. I will always be part of The U."
Campbell finished the year with 50 tackles, 6 sacks, and an interception. He had a solid season, but not the stellar one that many publications expected him to have. Despite that, he is expected to be a late first round pick, and there's a possibility that with solid workouts, he could shoot into the middle of the first round.
Campbell finished his career at Miami with 19 sacks.