Over the past two seasons, Campbell has led his team in receptions (122), yards (1,521) and touchdowns (13) while helping to lead his team to an 11-10 record over that time. However, with all of that poductivity, the talented receiver has yet to find a place to play this fall.
"Central Washington has said that they will offer and Ferris State said they will offer if I come and run a 4.5 forty in front of them," Campbell told JCFootball.com recently. "I've got some other NAIA schools that are interested in me too and I'm trying to get a preferred walk-on at Washington State, but so far, it's only been a friend of mine talking to the coaches there.
"They said they liked my film, but they need to see how many receivers are on the roster after spring ball and then they can figure out if they can give me a preferred walk-on or not."
As far as what he brings to the table, Campbell isn't shy about giving his thoughts on what sets him apart from other wideouts.
"I'm a big, strong, physical wide receiver," Campbell said. "I can play inside or out wide. I just need a chance to show what I can do."
Campbell enjoyed a solid prep career at Graham (Wa.) Kapowsin High School, but he was unable to qualify, so he headed to Yuba to get his academics in order and continue to play the game he loves to play.
He started the past two seasons at Yuba and he will finish up his two-year degree in May with three years to play two starting this fall.
Dylan Campbell Scout Profile