When you're 6'0" 213lbs and post a 4.20 20 yard shuttle, it won't be long before college coaches start to take notice. It was at Texas State's Katy Camp where this RB caught the attention of the Coaches and was shortly offered afterwards.
"I went to their camp in Katy at Rhodes stadium and I talked to Coach Franchione and they wanted to offer me," said Campbell.
It just wasn't another camp for Campbell. Seeing how the staff worked and coached the RB's really stood out to him.
Texas State likes Campbell as a RB and it's also in part to his bigger frame as to why they like him as a RB.
"I'm a straight down hill runner. When I go down hill, I make that one cut and I'm gone," said Campbell.
At Camp Campbell did not the run 40, but he did measure in. Recently at a Boise State satellite camp he posted a 20 yard shuttle of 4.20.
It's still early for Campbell, but the Bobcats have made an impression and enough to where he's planning to visit the hill country.
"I think July 8th is when I'm supposed to visit up there. If everything goes like I expect and planned and this is where I want to be and I'm comfortable with it, then I'll make a decision."
So with that said, if Xzaviar feels and different and that he's going to wait it out, plan on him not rushing things. He would like to take some official visits and potentially have a decision after his senior football season.
Anything can happen once a recruit gets on campus. Campbell does like how Texas State is close to home and the impression the Coaching Staff made. The Coaches really talked with him well at camp and he felt an immediate connection.
In his junior year for the Cardinals, Xzaviar rushed for 1083 yards and found the end zone for 12 TD's.