Jason Campbell
QB | (6'4", 230, 4.69) | Auburn

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Selected by: Washington Redskins
Round: 1
Pick (Overall): 25(25)
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(QB) Jason Campbell - Auburn
(QB) Jason Campbell - Auburn
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Overall: Campbell is a coaches son who also stared in basketball in high school. He became the first freshman to start the season opener at quarterback for Auburn since Stan White in 1990. Campbell started eight games in 2001, six games in 2002 and all 13 games in 2003. He had by far his best season as a senior in 2004 when he completed 69.6-percent of his passes for 2,700 yards and threw 19 touchdowns and just six interceptions, while leading the Tigers to a perfect 13-0 record. Campbell has always had excellent size, good athletic ability and above average arm strength, but his poor decision making skills, lack of poise in the pocket, indecisiveness and erratic arm haunted him early in his collegiate career. Throughout his first three seasons as a starter, Campbell consistently held onto the ball too long, threw too many passes up for grabs when he ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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