There's a small chance that George Campbell ends up at free safety in college, yet he's more likely to stay at receiver.
The Florida native is a fantastic athlete who is 6'3" and 184 pounds. With his long arms and defined frame, he looks like a college player already. He has solid quickness to get off the line, plus his strength is on par with many other receiver prospects in this year's class.
Where Campbell separates himself is in the speed department. The Sunshine State recruit can blow by defenders, and his stride seems to open up the more he gets downfield.
He can become a sharper route-runner, but he looks natural and smooth getting in and out of his breaks. He can skate away from defenders at junctions thanks to his long stride and fluid movement skills.
Campbell needs to improve his hands and ball skills. He has lapses in his focus and concentration, which means he will drop a ball or two. Yet, he can make dazzling plays with the ball in his hands when he does catch it.
Edwin Weathersby is the College Football Recruiting Analyst for Bleacher Report. He has worked in scouting/player personnel departments for three professional football teams, including the New York Giants and Cleveland Browns.
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