Ultra athletic corner Juwuan Campbell had a big day at Missouri State's camp on Sunday. The 6-foot-1, 190-pound rising senior felt like he was an impact prospect on the field.
"The camp went very well. I think I stood out in every aspect from size and speed all the way down to individuals and 1-on-1s. I'm expecting an offer soon," Campbell said.
Campell's play at the camp came as no surprise. As a junior, he was all over the field for his team and always made winning plays.
"My junior season was very good. I lead the team in interceptions, forced fumbles and I was third in tackles," he continued.
Campbell has already been hearing from many schools and even picked up a couple of scholarship offers as his senior season approaches.
"I have offers from Central Oklahoma and Louisiana-Monroe. I hear mostly from Arkansas, Memphis and Mississippi State. I plan on attending camps at Cincinnati, Purdue, Memphis, ULM, Mississippi State, Arkansas, Arkansas State and Southern Mississippi," he continued.
While his school list is long, Campbell has legitimate interest in Missouri State.
"Missouri State seems like a very good place to play. They have smart coaches, a great team and it's located in a great place. I haven't talked much with any of their coaches outside of the camp. I basically met the whole staff personally," he finished.
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