Chance Campbell

  • LB Rebels
  • Senior
  • #--
  • 6'2"
  • 232lbs
  • Prospect
  • Southeastern

2021 Season

TACK

40

SACK

6

INT

0

FF

2

Top Traits

Run Defending

Run Defending

Chance Campbell

He is a physical and aggressive player against the run. He is a downhill player who quickly deciphers run plays. His tackling efficiency is good and he rarely misses tackles in the box.  

Tackling

Tackling

Chance Campbell

He has good tackling ability, particularly in confined areas. He attacks the run with physicality and toughness. His instincts help him to play faster and allow him to play downhill.  

Football IQ

Football IQ

Chance Campbell

He has high-level football IQ. His instincts in the box help him get to the football in a timely manner. He is rarely fooled by misdirection, as well. 

Prospect Summary

Chance Campbell is a sufficient-level athlete with flashes of good movement skills and agility. In the run game, he is aggressive and physical in the box. He plays with good football IQ and instincts, which place him always around the football. He is athletic enough to get in gaps and affect run plays behind the line of scrimmage. In the passing game, he has limited upside. He can get into zone drops but man coverage against shifty running backs will likely not be his strength. In the NFL, he is a developmental player who can roster for a team by year two based on his contributions on special teams.

Ideal Role: ILB

Scheme Fit: 4-3 defense but could suffice in a 3-4 as well

FILM EVALUATION 

Written by Drae Harris 

Games Watched: Texas A&M (2021), Baylor (2021), Liberty (2021)

Best Game Studied: Liberty (2021)

Worst Game Studied: Baylor (2021)

Tackling: See Above.

Football IQ: See Above.

Competitive Toughness: He plays the game with good competitive toughness. He is a physical player as a run defender. He plays with the effort, motor, and hustle to chase plays on the backside.

Pass Coverage: His ability in the passing game is sufficient. He has some sneaky athleticism and shows the ability to drop in zone. You’d likely want to keep him out of man coverage situations against shiftier RBs.

Run Defender: See Above.

Block Deconstruction: He plays the game with physicality and toughness. He is strong enough to get off blocks on the inside but appears to lack good length.

Lateral Mobility: His lateral mobility is average. He is a sneaky athlete who moves a little better than you think. He can flow and scrape to the ball-carrier.

Flexibility: He has an adequate amount of flexibility. He can sufficiently drop in zone coverage situations with good depth and also shows the ability to open his hips and run upfield in pass coverage.

Leadership: He demonstrates the emotional endurance to lead in adverse moments of the game. He does this with his play and competitive spirit.

Versatility: He lacks true positional versatility. He should play covered up in a 4-3 scheme as an OLB.

SCOUT GRADES  

TDN Consensus: To Be Determined 

Crabbs Grade: 71.00/100

Harris Grade: 70.00/100