John Campbell, Jr.
2021 (Redshirt Sophomore*): Did not see any game action, missed season while recovering from surgery on leg.
2020 (Redshirt Sophomore): Saw action in seven games and made four starts…Made first start of season and third of career in opener against UAB (Sept. 10), starting at left tackle and helping lead offense to dominant performance…Offense piled up 337 rushing yards in win over Blazers – second-most recorded by a Miami team against an FBS opponent since the Hurricanes joined the ACC in 2004 and most in any game since 2016…Started at left tackle in win at top-20 Louisville (Sept. 19), helping pave way for 485-yard performance…Started at left tackle at top-ranked Clemson (Oct. 10)…Started at left tackle in home win versus Pittsburgh (Oct. 17)…Saw action in romp of Duke (Dec. 5)…Played in 2020 Cheez-It Bowl against Oklahoma State (Dec. 29).
2019 (Redshirt Freshman): Saw action in 11 games and made two starts in second season…Made first start of career at right tackle in season opener vs. Florida (Aug. 24), helping Hurricanes outgain Gators, 308-306…Saw action win home wins over Bethune-Cookman (Sept. 14) and Central Michigan (Sept. 21)…Played against Virginia Tech (Oct. 5)…Saw action against Georgia Tech (Oct. 19)…Played in wins at Pittsburgh (Oct. 26) and at Florida State (Nov. 2)…Competed in win over Louisville (Nov. 9)…Saw action against FIU (Nov. 23) and in regular season finale at Duke (Nov. 30)…Started at left guard in Walk-On’s Independence Bowl against Louisiana Tech (Dec. 26).
2018 (True Freshman): Saw action in four games in first season…Made career debut in home opener vs. Savannah State (Sept. 8)…Saw action in win at Toledo (Sept. 15)…Played in win over FIU (Sept. 22)…Saw action in regular season finale vs. Pittsburgh (Nov. 24).
High School: Earned a four-star rating from Rivals.com…Listed as the 19th-best offensive lineman in the country and No. 52 overall prospect in Florida by Rivals.com…Received a three-star ranking from 247Sports.com and ESPN.com…Listed as the 36th-best prospect at his position and the 88th-best recruit in the state of Florida by ESPN.com…Helped guide Dr. Phillips High School to a 13-2 record and its first-ever FHSAA football state title in 2017…Received scholarship offers from over 25 schools…Chose Miami over offers from Alabama, Auburn, Florida and Florida State.
* indicates student-athlete received extra year of eligibility in 2021 due to 2020 season affected by COVID-19 pandemic