An old school inside linebacker, Campbell is a high floor defender that brings the downhill thump. With CJ Mosley on the books, there's not a spot open for him in Saleh's defense right now.
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A permanent team captain and Butkus Award winner, it’s truly hard to find bad tape of Jack Campbell.
He’s a sound, instinctual and responsible player in the front seven. Campbell consistently showed stack and shed, fire into the ball carrier teach tape. His height, hand size, broad jump and most importantly three cone drill are all 90th percentile or better metrics.
In pass coverage, he does his best work dropping into zone coverage reading the eyes of the quarterback. Even with average speed, he recognizes where he needs to be much earlier than your average linebacker.
Campbell won’t fill up the stat sheet with sacks or interceptions, but he’s a reliable presence in the middle of the defense that will do any dirty work needed. He has sideline to sideline ability but most importantly comes downhill with a purpose.
He’ll be a long time starter in the NFL.