January 9, 2007
No Average All-American
Norco (Calif.) four-star linebacker Jordan Campbell may have not been the highest rated player at the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl last Thursday, but after racking up a game high seven tackles for the West, his rise toward the Rivals100 seems inevitable.
Campbell built his high school career on replacing hype with results.
After losing the Mountain View League Championship to Corona Centennial in his final regular season high school football game, Campbell saw opportunity on the scoreboard instead of failure. While the points on the board were irrelevant, time was of the essence.
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