- AProjectionRound 1-2
- Hand9 ½
- Arm32 ¼
Strong Points: Very good size and long arms for a wide receiver. Very good athlete with great speed and change of direction. Good hands and a large receiving radius. Good route runner who is able to create separation on a consistent basis. Very good runner after the catch, showing speed and elusiveness. Used as a kickoff returner in the past. Two-year starter.
Weak Points: Not a very good blocker. Will have some concentration drops. Doesn't run a very complex route tree.
The Way We See It: Campbell was a very productive inside receiver for Ohio State. Despite his height and length, he was always aligned in the slot in the Buckeyes' spread attack. He ran mostly bubble screens, crossing routes and hitches, with some seam routes sprinkled in. The go-to receiver for Ohio State last year with 90 receptions and 12 TDs, he runs good routes and separates regularly with quick-cutting ability. Many of Campbell's catches were of the short variety, but with his burst and run skills he is able to turn them into long gains. He gets his open-field running ability in part from his RB experience in high school. Campbell can play inside or outside at the NFL level but will need to develop his route-running ability. He should also contribute as a returner while he develops. His combine workout was off the charts, which will get Campbell drafted early at a speed-driven position.