He has just about everything you look for in a wide receiver. George Campbell has the size at 6’4”, he’s one of the fastest players in this class and he knows what to do with the ball once it is in his hands. Simply comparing skill sets, he reminds me a lot of Dorial Green-Beckham due to his rare size and speed combination.
However, Campbell could also use his skills on the defensive side of the ball as well. Sure, Florida needs explosive receivers in the worst way, but Campbell’s versatility makes him that much more valuable.
Crazily enough, for a receiver ranked as high as he is, Campbell doesn’t have the greatest ball skills. He looks uncomfortable at times when trying to attack the ball and uses his body too much to bring the ball in. This raises questions about whether he’s better off at another position.
Campbell also needs to surpass the 200-pound mark and he could improve his route running. Still, ball skills are the top concern with this extremely talented kid.
Campbell has been very quiet about his recruiting process and hasn't even trimmed his lengthy list of schools down to a reasonable number. He did mention to Shea Dixon of 247Sports (subscription required) that he will be busy this summer.
I will start taking serious visits and checking out schools, and after summer, I want to at least cut it down to a lower amount of schools and focus on those schools. It’s just a matter of time to see what I want to do.
More than 90 percent of the predictions on Campbell's Crystal Ball have him going to Florida. He's expected to make his decision at the Under Armour All-American game.