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Jason Campbell QB Auburn 65 223
By: Robert Davis

Jason Campbell came in to Auburn with big time high school accolades. He was up and down throughout his career, but he ended his career becoming one of the best QBs in school history. His 4-year totals include 7,110 yards for 44 touchdowns and 23 interceptions, and a 63% completion percentage, while rushing for 9 touchdowns. His career completion percentage is tops in the schools history. In 2003, Campbell received the Pat Dye Leadership Award from the Auburn coaches for this leadership he displayed in spring ball. He also won MVP of the 2003 Music City Bowl.

Jason Campbell has a great package of skills at the QB position. Hes got good size, hes athletic, hes got a very good arm, and hes a leader. Once he finally got a chance to stick with the same coordinator during his senior season, he really displayed the consistency he needed to show for the next level, leading Auburn to a SEC title, and an undefeated regular season.

There isnt anything physically Campbell lacks. Up until his senior season, he was really up and down throughout his career. Campbell still hasnt shown the ability to put his team on his back and carry them. Hes had an awesome run game to balance things out during his stay at Auburn, so just how much of the load he can shoulder is in question.

Jason Campbell has very good upside at the next level. He has the skills, the work ethic, and the leadership ability. If he gets with the right coach to develop him early at the NFL level, Campbell could develop into a very good NFL QB. Campbell is the type that could really move up in workouts, but on the field, Campbell looks like a very good developmental prospect, and should go somewhere around Round 4.

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