|Campanaro was limited to eight games in his senior season at Wake Forest due to a hamstring injury and broken collarbone but still ended his career as the school's all-time leader with 229 receptions. He caught 67 passes for 803 yards and six touchdowns while totaling 891 all-purpose yards - which accounted for nearly 30 percent of the Demon Deacons' total offense at the time - after playing in his final game Nov. 2. Campanaro was healthy enough to play in the Senior Bowl in January, catching two passes for 11 yards and returning three punts for 24 yards. Projected as a late-round selection, Campanaro may have boosted his stock with a solid performance at the NFL combine. Among nearly 50 wide receivers, he tied for fourth in the bench press (20 reps), was fifth in the 60-yard shuttle (11.31 seconds), tied for sixth in the vertical jump (39.0 inches), tied for eighth in the 20-yard shuttle (4.01 seconds), was 11th in the 3-cone drill (6.77 seconds) and tied for 13th in the 40-yard dash (4.46 seconds). His size, though, may prevent him from playing the outside receiver position and force him inside. Campanaro is a tough, hard-nosed competitor who could be a valuable special teams player, especially after returning 26 punts for 156 yards and a touchdown and averaging 23.7 yards on 35 kickoff returns in his four-year career.