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#26 Marcus Campbell

Sophomore
Defensive End
6-2, 232
Bloomfield, Conn.
Bloomfield

A true sophomore who returns to the team this fall after a solid true freshman year where he played regularly on both special teams and as a reserve defensive end.

 

2007: Played in each of the first 12 games of the season before missing the Meineke Car Care Bowl against Wake Forest (Dec. 29) … Saw action as both a reserve defensive end and also on special teams … Made 14 tackles with one for a loss … Recorded three stops in the win over Syracuse (Nov. 17) … Had a season-high four tackles, including a TFL, against Akron (Sept. 29) … Made a pair of tackles against both Maine (Sept. 8) and Temple (Sept. 15) … Was not with the program during the spring for personal reasons.

 

High School: Named All-State by both the Hartford Courant and New Haven Register … A first-team All-Conference pick … Played in the Governor’s Cup All-Star Game … Recorded 90 tackles on his senior season including 20 sacks, forced eight fumbles and intercepted two passes … Also caught 18 passes for 45 yards and five touchdowns … Was the MVP of the Class S State Championship Game … Team captain … Was the 2007 state champion in the 100-meters in outdoor track with a time of 10.96 seconds.

 

Personal Profile: Marcus Daniel Campbell … Born on December 22, 1987 … An exploratory major.

 

YEAR   GP-GS UT        AT        TT        SKS     TFL      INT      PBU

2007   12-0     5        9        14      0-0     1-1     0        0

 

MARCUS CAMPBELL’S CAREER HIGHS

Most Tackles: 4, vs. Akron 9/30/07

Most TFL:      1, vs. Akron 9/30/07


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