40 time: 4.68
Overview: Campbell spent his first three seasons at Maryland, but he wasn't a full time starter until a junior season that was cut short due to COVID-19. Despite not having a wealth of playing experience, he was a hot commodity on the transfer market and ultimately landed at Mississippi. In his one year as a starter in the SEC, Campbell collected 109 tackles and earned his spot on the scouts' radar. He earned a late invite to the East-West Shrine Bowl after deciding to leave for the 2022 draft.
Strengths: Explosive short-area athlete who can get the job done in pursuit. Tackle machine who works hard to make contact on every play. Instinctive player who rarely loses his bearings. Technically sound tackler who wraps up well. Takes good angles and recalculates quickly to get around obstacles. Has legitimate sideline-to-sideline range. Traits are adequate to play on special teams. High-effort player who hustles almost all of the time.
Weaknesses: Struggles to dip and bend through contact without getting pushed around. Play strength is subpar and will get him tossed out of the club at times. Adjustments aren't nimble. Not going to create much as a blitzer and won't provide more than a numbers advantage. Purely an inside linebacker. Going to slide off his tackle attempts more regularly as a pro.
Pro Comp: Tanner Vallejo, Arizona Cardinals -- While Vallejo has been unable to take over a starting job as a pro, he has provided valuable special teams reps and backup ability for half a decade. Campbell deals with some of the same limits in play strength, but he'll make a team based on his instincts and athleticism.