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Mike Preston’s ‘Clever Out of Charts’ Chance Campbell, Former Calvary Hall of Fame and Maryland Brave, NFL Draft Hope | Comment

Mike Preston's 'Clever Out of Charts' Chance Campbell, Former Calvary Hall of Fame and Maryland Brave, NFL Draft Hope | Comment

When Chancel Campbell was a ninth-grader at Calvary Hall Junior Varsity, Cardinal Varsity defensive coordinator Vernon Southwick thought he would one day contribute to the program.

Campbell’s trip took him even further, perhaps just a few days before the famous Brotherhood.

The annual draft of the three-day league kicks off next Thursday, with Elkot City resident and Mississippi center-back Campbell expected to be a three-day option.

The 6-foot-2, 232-pound Campbell “I try to avoid that.” “It’s weird. It covers a wide area, so I don’t know what will happen or where I will go.”

“Out of the table is smart,” Southwick said. He is a very good young man, and I hope he will be recorded. It is difficult to get rid of a man who can go there and know all the details. He has such thinking.

Campbell also has fitness. The former University of Maryland player started 13 games for Mississippi last season and had 109 games including 12.5 losses, 12.5 losses, six assists and three quick recovery.

In the scouting combination, Campbell impressed with a 39.5-inch long jump and a 10-foot, 7-inch wide jump.

Campbell ran a 40-yard dash in 4.57 seconds, which means he can run from side to side, which is important in a happy NFL pass this day.

He is one of those fast-paced and energetic people who can hit the gaps to enter the race. But critics say he sometimes plays too high and often closes his eyes to a quarterback, making him more likely to be a target in bed play.

Campbell says: “There are always places to keep clear. “I have to keep working to get out of the block, but I think my strength is versatile, and I am always successful. The league is fast and I can run side by side, and I’m happy to show that in the passing game, which will help me.

Its main strength may be intelligence. It is easy to scatter not only the damage to Campbell but also his defense by looking at the tape.

Campbell made a 3-2-6 move to Mississippi from a five-man match in Maryland. With the help of Rebels’ defensive coordinator DJ Durkin, Campbell’s head coach in Maryland.

Southwich Durkin’s relationship with Campbell is probably similar to that of him at Calvart Hall.

In the year of Campbell Junior, Southwich built a defense around it. As with any cardinal, the defensive assistants exchanged ideas and concepts about game plans, and Campbell suggested adjustments to the game.

“When I looked at things, he was always asking questions,” says Southwick. “He had a lot of freedom to call, and that would not be the case if you did not have a special child. It was a great benefit. “

“I’m not saying he didn’t hit our heads, but Southwich has watched a lot of movies and 90% of the time, he was right.” “He was definitely a leader. He was somewhat embarrassing as a coach because he was often right and he was on the field.

Campbell has spent the past two months training in Florida, including several weeks. He doesn’t care about sports because they are a way of life. He would come home on the weekends with his father, Rick, and my mother, Kathy. Maybe his brothers Duncan and Trace and sister Bailey will come in.

“I’m glad I woke up in the morning because this is a different kind of training, and the focus is different,” Campbell said. “I’m happy to have the opportunity to play in the NFL, and I know what I do now is an important step.”

NFL Draft

Thursday, April 28, 8 p.m.

Friday, April 29 at 7 p.m.

Saturday, April 30, noon

TV ESPN, NFL Network, Chs. 2,7

Las Vegas, Nevada

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