Position: QB Class: School: William & Mary Conference: Atlantic 10 Ht., Wt.: 6-2, 199 40 Time: 4.74
BIO: Two-year starter and recipient of the 2004 Payton Award after passing numbers of 65.5 percent/3,988/30/5. All-Conference and All-America selection as a senior.
POSITIVES: Former walk-on who blossomed into one of the better small-school quarterbacks in the nation. Patient pocket passer who buys time for receivers and displays solid arm strength. Sets up with good footwork, accurate between the numbers, and leads receivers over the middle. Zips the intermediate throws and puts air under corner routes. Looks off the safety and possesses a quick release.
NEGATIVES: Directs throws and only average pass placement outside of twenty yards. Short arms his motion. Stares down primary targets from the get-go and not averse to throwing in a crowd.
ANALYSIS: A productive passer who has an outstanding touchdown-to-interception ratio, Campbell lacks the pure size and arm strength to be anything other than a practice squad player.
PROJECTION: Undrafted Free Agent