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Name: Jack Campbell 
College: Iowa     Number: 31
Height: 6-4   Weight: 243
Position: ILB  Pos2: OLB/DE
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2024

40 Low: 4.63
   40 Time: 4.73
  40 High: 4.83

> Projected Round: 1-2  Stock:    

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Weight: 243

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 Data Scout Notes: 2022: PLott...2021: 3rdC...2020: NAC...(+) Oct 2020 Undisclosed INJ/Out


 Jack Campbell, Iowa, Player News

  06/25/22 - ILB Jack CampbellrJr/2024, Iowa, 6-4, 243 (DS#1 ILB) + More +

  Wearing a T-shirt and shorts instead of a uniform and pads, Iowa linebacker Jack Campbell paced the field during the Hawkeyes' open practice in April. It's the way he was dressed the whole spring, when he was held out of practices as he rested and rehabilitated nagging injuries from a season in which he led the nation with 143 tackles. "It was tough, obviously - every competitor is going to want to be out there," Campbell said this week. "I wish I could have worked every single day in the spring. But just due to the fact that I was trying to get things healed up and fixed up, that wasn't an option. For me, personally, you can't take a day for granted."

Campbell, a senior, is back on the field for summer workouts, and he's trying to convey that attitude to teammates. "When I was a freshman, I didn't know what to expect," Campbell said. "I learned really quickly that the summer goes by pretty fast, and then you're in fall camp." An Associated Press All-Big Ten second-team selection last season, Campbell is healthy and expected to once again play a major role for an Iowa defense that ranked as one of the best. The Hawkeyes led the nation with 25 interceptions and ranked third in turnovers forced with 30. They allowed 19.2 points per game. Campbell was the anchor at middle linebacker. "If you're the linebacker at Iowa, you've got to know all of the calls," defensive end John Waggoner said. "He's on top of that, barking out calls, and seeing things before other people do. He's a great leader and an example for how the younger guys should act." - AP College Football


(DS#1 ILB) rJr/2024 ILB Jack CampbellIowa
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  06/22/22 - ILB Jack CampbellrJr/2024, Iowa, 6-4, 243 (DS#1 ILB) + More +

  Iowa's Jack Campbell the type of fundamental linebacker prospect that always seems to be around the football. From a productivity standpoint, there are few that do it better than the Hawkeyes star. In 2021, he had an eye-popping 143 total tackles with eight pass deflections and two interceptions. Given the fact that was his first year as a consistent starter, he could put up comparable numbers in 2022 and become a can't miss prospect. Beyond the stat sheet, he has prototypical middle linebacker size at 6-foot-5, 245 pounds and above average coverage skills, to boot. - Hawk Central

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  05/26/22 - ILB Jack CampbellrJr/2024, Iowa, 6-4, 243 (DS#1 ILB) + More +

  2022 LOTT IMPACT TROPHY PRESEASON WATCH LIST: JACK CAMPBELL, LB, Iowa, Jr., 6-5, 243, Cedar Falls, Ia.; Led nation in tackles with 143 in 2021; Dean's List; Iowa Leadership team. - Lott IMPACT Trophy/The Pacific Club IMPACT Foundation

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  11/20/21 - ILB Jack CampbellrJr/2024, Iowa, 6-4, 243 (DS#1 ILB) + More +

  Charlie Jones had a 100-yard kickoff return for No. 18 Iowa's first touchdown and the Hawkeyes went on to beat Illinois 33-23 on Saturday. Iowa (9-2, 6-2 Big Ten) was trailing 10-0 in the first quarter when Jones took the kick near the right corner of the end zone and ran through a hole on the left side for the score. Iowa wide receiver Arland Bruce IV had a 2-yard run for a touchdown and Caleb Shudak kicked four field goals, including a 51-yarder in the second quarter. Linebacker Jack Campbell's 32-yard interception return for a touchdown with 1:36 to play closed the Hawkeyes' scoring. Illinois' Brandon Peters threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to tight end Luke Ford to end a 12-play, 75-yard drive that took 6:23 to start the game. But the Illini (4-7, 3-5) had just 9 yards on 10 plays in their next three possessions. James McCourt had three field goals for the Illini.

Tyler Goodson ran for 132 yards for the Hawkeyes, his third 100-yard game of the season. Alex Padilla, making his second start, was just 6 of 17 for 83 yards. Peters, who threw a 16-yard touchdown pass to Isaiah Williams in the closing seconds, was 16 of 36 for 248 yards. Illinois' Chase Brown, who was averaging 106.4 rushing yards per game, was held to 42 yards on 13 carries. Iowa extended its winning streak against the Illini to eight games. The Hawkeyes have won 13 of the last 14 in the series. Illinois was playing without head coach Bret Bielema, who tested positive for COVID-19 earlier in the week. Assistant head coach George McDonald was the interim head coach. - Illinois/AP College Football


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  09/27/21 - ILB Jack CampbellrJr/2024, Iowa, 6-4, 243 (DS#1 ILB) + More +

  SEPT 27 BIG TEN DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Jack Campbell, Iowa, LB – Jr. – Cedar Falls, Iowa – Cedar Falls (Iowa),...Led the Hawkeyes defense with a career-high 18 tackles in Iowa's 24-14 win vs. Colorado State. Registered the most tackles in a single game by an Iowa player since Anthony Hitchens recorded 19 tackles against Iowa State in 2019...Added three pass breakups and recovered a fumble at the Colorado State 6-yard line in the third quarter. The fumble recovery led to a Hawkeyes touchdown...Campbell's 18 tackles are the second most by an FBS player in 2021, trailing only Baylon Spector's (Clemson) 19 tackles vs. N.C. State (Sept. 25, 2021)...Earns the first Defensive Player of the Week honor of his career...Last Iowa Defensive Player of the Week: Riley Moss (Sept. 6, 2021). - Big Ten Football

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  09/13/21 - ILB Jack CampbellrJr/2024, Iowa, 6-4, 243 (DS#1 ILB) + More +

  The most anticipated game in Iowa history ended with a loss to rival Iowa State. Jack Campbell returned a fumble 6 yards for a touchdown and No. 10 Iowa ran its winning streak against No. 9 Iowa State to six games with a 27-17 victory. In the first Cy-Hawk Trophy game matching ranked teams in 65 total meetings, the Hawkeyes were not about to play the foil for Iowa State's feel-good story. Iowa turned four takeaways into 20 points, ran its overall winning streak to eight games and its winning streak against ranked teams to five. Iowa has not won that many in a row against ranked opponents since 1960. The Hawkeyes used a familiar formula as last week when they had two defensive touchdowns in a rout of Indiana, another upstart program looking to build off 2020's success. Maybe the Cyclones will have better luck in the Big 12 because the Hawkeyes from the Big Ten are heartbreakers. - AP College Football

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  07/23/21 - ILB Jack CampbellrJr/2024, Iowa, 6-4, 243 (DS#1 ILB) + More +

  Statistically, Iowa's defense has been among the nation's best over the past decade. Since 2010, the Hawkeyes have finished in the top 25 in total defense eight times, including three top-10 finishes. In 2020, they finished sixth in country, surrendering only 16 points and 313 yards per game. No question it's a collaborative effort. But ask veteran Jack Campbell and he'll tell you that a lot it starts in the middle at linebacker. "All three (linebacker) positions are vitally important to the defense," Campbell said. "I feel like the Hawkeye defense at the core is all going to start with that linebacker room. I'm excited to see what we do in these final weeks of July and into the season." Campbell, a preseason All-Big Ten selection, is entering his second season starting at weakside linebacker. His emergence last season with a full offseason this year is one big reason why the linebacker core is expected to perform at a high level. - Iowa City Press-Citizen

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  07/17/21 - ILB Jack CampbellrJr/2024, Iowa, 6-4, 243 (DS#1 ILB) + More +

  This year, there isn't anything hold Campbell back. He entered the offseason with a clean bill of health, successfully completed spring practice and summer workouts. Now, he figures to play a starring role on Iowa's defense as starting weakside linebacker. He, and the other Iowa linebackers focused on increasing position versatility during the off-season. "That was a big thing during spring ball," Campbell said. "Being able to move guys around is so beneficial. I'm just continuing to learn and develop myself at other positions so I can bounce around." Campbell has fully embraced the developmental process at Iowa. When he arrived as a freshman in 2019, he weighed about 208 pounds. Today, he's around 245 pounds. "It's hard to not get stronger when you come here," Campbell said. "I've seen that in all my lifts, my jumps, the way I run has all improved dramatically. That day-by-day mentality and controlling what you can control and doing things away from the facility that will benefit you."

Wallace likened his size to another position on the defense. "In a lot of ways, Jack Campbell is a defensive lineman at the second level," Wallace said. "With his physicality and his presence." With that said, it's clear the Iowa coaches believe Campbell is a multi-purpose weapon for the defense. "I see myself as a guy that's willing do to anything," Campbell said. "I'd describe as fearless when I'm on the field. Also as a player I've been trying to work on taking mental break on the sideline and kind of reset, then next time go out and really hone in on the smaller details that'll help me in the game." - Iowa City Press-Citizen


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  04/24/21 - ILB Jack CampbellrJr/2024, Iowa, 6-4, 243 (DS#1 ILB) + More +

  Speaking to reporters on Wednesday, Iowa linebackers coach Seth Wallace said there's separation between his starting trio of Jack Campbell, Seth Benson and Jestin Jacobs and the rest of his 12-man linebacker group. Of those 12, only Campbell and Benson have more than 100 game reps on defense. So, without a great deal of depth, Wallace is looking to foster as much positional flexibility with Campbell, Benson and Jacobs as possible. How? Wallace said that, during certain parts of practice, he'll make his three linebackers rotate positions after each play so they can develop more versatile skills and see the field from different perspectives. His goal is to create three linebackers who can all adjust their game, depending on the opponent's scheme.

Campbell recorded 29 tackles, 3.5 solo tackles for loss and an interception last year. A four-star Cedar Falls product who picked the Hawkeyes over Iowa State in the 2019 class, Campbell has long been seen as a future star on Iowa's defense. He was named to the Register's All-Iowa Elite Team as a junior and senior, which is a rare feat. Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz has previously described Campbell as the type of player with an "extra heartbeat," something he also said about Josey Jewell. "There's something extra there," Wallace said. "You just turn on the tape and watch the way that he practices. It's clear that there is a motor, there's a little bit of something tugging at his heart to get to the ball. We're anxious to get him back out there hopefully in a normal year and get back at it and see what he can do." - Iowa City Press-Citizen


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