Chris Campbell
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    Chris Campbell

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Waxahachie, TX

    High School:
    Waxahachie

    Height / Weight:
    6-3 / 270

    Position:
    OL

    2008 (Junior) - Started every game at right tackle ... helped the Falcons lead the conference and rank sixth nationally in rushing with a 266.9 yard per-game average ... helped pave the way for 300 or more yards rushing five times ... helped the team to a season-best 401 yards rushing at San Diego State ... third on the team in knockdowns with an 8.0 per-game average ... led all tackles in knockdowns ... was an honorable mention all-conference selection.

    2007 (Sophomore) - Appeared in nine games, starting two at right tackle ... started against Navy and New Mexico ... part of an offensive line that helped the Falcons to 299.5 yards rushing per game, ranking second in the nation and tops in the MWC.

    2006 (Freshman) - Played on the junior varsity team ... did not see any varsity action ... listed as the starter at right tackle after spring drills.

    High School - Lettered three years in track and two in football ... first-team all-district offensive tackle as a junior ... first-team all-district at offensive and defensive tackle as a senior ... high school football coach was David Ream.

    Personal - Parents are Carl and Val Campbell ... has three siblings, Jessica, Mckaylie and Catie ... member of Cadet Squadron 25 ... nickname is Grumps ... attended the USAFA Prep School and played football ... hobbies are hunting and fishing ... worked Air Force summer sports camps last summer ... also worked on the cadet leadership team during Basic Cadet Training at the Air Force Prep School ... completed Global Engagement and Soaring in the summer of 2007 ... also went to Nellis AFB, Nev., for Operation Air Force ... favorite book is The Bible ... person in history he would most like to meet is George Washington because "he could have been king but believed in something greater" ... something most people don't know about him is that he was once skinny ... credits his parents as having the greatest influence on his sports career because "they drove me to work the hardest and be the best I could" ... best personal moment in football was the day he signed to play at Air Force ... favorite NFL team is the Dallas Cowboys and favorite player is Cowboys' tight end Jason Witten ... favorite non-traditional sport to watch on TV is ultimate fighting.

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