Campbell gets invitation for U.S Army Game

For many it's a goal. There has been a lot of attention surrounding the U.S. Army All-American game in the recent years. The move to have it on regular broadcast television and all of the big-time players announcing their commitments on television. The year is young, but there is one player that you can count on seeing there next year already.

Bruce Campbell hasn't even started school yet and he is already sore. Sore from some pre-season practicing that he admits he isn't on the worst end of the stick on.

"I am just a little sore from practice is all," Campbell said. "I have been dishing out more than I have been receiving."

Campbell has moved up his original official visit date to Nebraska, but it is still set for the second weekend in September. His teammate, James Nixon, will be making the trip to Nebraska by himself.

"I did reschedule my official visit to Nebraska for September 9. My teammate James Nixon is going there the weekend before. I am not coming with him this weekend."

Campbell has already received a very special honor this year before school has even started or his first game. He was notified that he was selected to participate in the U.S. Army All-American game in San Antonio.

"With Bruce, we just got a phone call from the U.S. Army and he just got accepted to play in the U.S. Army All-American Game," Coach John Acquavito said. "They said that they would like to come down and present him his certificate to take part in the game. They want to do something at opening day game to present it to him."

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