"I knew Catholic Central was going to come out and give us their best game," said Campbell. "And they did give us a good game. They had a couple mistakes we converted but they gave us their best game. I knew coming into the game they were going to play their hardest cause of what happened last year."
"This year it wasn't what I expected but it was still a learning process. It was my sophomore year so it wasn't really the best year but I still learned some stuff out there. Learned how to read some more defenses and next year I'm just trying to have a big year."
Campbell wasted no time getting back to work. After winning the state title Saturday, November 24th, Campbell was right back into the weight room the following Monday. One week later, Campbell was in full work mode this past Saturday at the Adidas Maximum Exposure Combine looking very sharp.
"I felt really good," said Campbell. "I'm not playing basketball this year so I'm just trying to elevate my game as much as possible. I learned some new stuff out here from some of the coaches and some of the players that graduated. I'm just looking to elevate my game and just try to have some more fun."
With two full seasons under his belt and two rings on his fingers, recruiting started early for Campbell and is only increasing. At this point Campbell pointed out three schools showing the most interest.
"Notre Dame, Alabama and Michigan as well," said Campbell. "The hardest."
With a plethora of former Technicians up in Ann Arbor, the interest in Campbell from the Wolverines should come as no surprise.
"Every time I go to Michigan they always talk to me if I go out for a game," said Campbell. "They always want me to visit. Michigan, they really like me. You can tell they're showing a lot of interest in me."
Campbell is reciprocating that interest with Michigan, paying extra attention to the quarterback situation in Ann Arbor throughout the 2012 season and liking what he saw from a fellow Detroiter.
"Denard Robinson --- everybody knows he's an extremely good athlete but Devin Gardner, me and him we didn't grow up together but we played for the same PAW team and I knew him when I was a little baby," said Campbell.
"I always wanted him to get in, get his shine and he did so I was really happy about that but Michigan has an offense where you can plenty of things. That's one offense I would like to do where I could do plenty of things and a pro style offense as well."
Did Gardner's impressive stretch open Campbell's eyes even more to the possibility of being a Wolverine?
"I would say it definitely did," said Campbell. Alabama and Notre Dame, who will clash for the national championship on January 7th, have also made a strong impression on Campbell including recent in person visits to Cass Tech.
"Brian Kelly and Coach Martin came up to Cass the other day," said Campbell. "I was talking to them. Me and Coach Martin really have a good relationship as far as player to coach and me and him real cool.
"Alabama, I talk to Coach Williams and me and him are really cool as well. Both of them always tell me to focus on my grades."
As of right now Campbell says he doesn't have any visits set up with any of the three schools but left open the possibility of visiting a couple in the coming weeks.
"Notre Dame wants me to come to one of their practices and so does Michigan," said Campbell.
To watch the full video interview with Campbell, including clips of him in action Saturday, press play below.