At Navy: Enters the fall listed as a starter at slot back ... was selected as the offensive team captain by his teammates ... named Honorable Mention All-East as a junior ... one of the most explosive players at Navy in recent memory ... averaging 22.6 yards per catch in his career, the second-best average in school history ... averaging 7.5 yards per carry in his career, the third-best mark in school history ... had one of the greatest performances in school history, scoring an NCAA bowl game record-tying five touchdowns against Colorado State in the 2005 Poinsettia Bowl ... despite all the national acclaim, has stayed his modest self and always puts the team first ... not only an exceptional runner, but does an outstanding job blocking, as well ... dangerous catching the pitch or catching the ball out of the backfield ... the fastest player on the team, running a sub-4.4 40-yard dash ... has earned three varsity letters.
2006: Started all 13 games at slot back ... rushed for 706 yards and five touchdowns and caught 13 passes for 244 yards and two touchdowns ... accumulated 1,362 all-purpose yards ... opened his junior year with a bang, tallying for 104 all-purpose yards in the 28-23 win over East Carolina ... ran eight times for 62 yards and a touchdown, caught one pass for eight yards and returned one kick for 34 yards against the Pirates ... his touchdown in the fourth quarter proved to be the game-winner ... had another solid game against UMass, accounting for 143 all-purpose yards (24 rush, 119 kickoff returns) ... set up Navy's final touchdown with a career-long 72-yard kickoff return, the fourth-longest kickoff return in school history, in the third quarter ... recorded his second-career 100-yard rushing game against Stanford, running 13 times for 110 yards and two touchdowns ... returned the second-half kick 57 yards to set up Navy's second touchdown against the Cardinal ... caught four passes for 33 yards and returned three kicks for 46 yards against Tulsa ... had a monster game against UConn, running the ball five times for 101 yards and a touchdown and catching one pass for 77 yards and a score ... both of his scores came on Navy's first offensive play of each half against UConn ... his 77-yard catch was the sixth-longest pass play in school history ... totaled 85 all-purpose yards in the win over Air Force (58 yds. rushing, 8 yds. receiving, 19 yards on kickoff returns) ... picked up 59 all-purpose yards (44 rushing, 17 on returns and -2 in receiving) against Rutgers ... had 118 all-purpose yards (81 yds. rushing on 14 carries, one reception for nine yards and two kickoff returns for 28 yards) in the loss to Notre Dame ... had 125 all-purpose yards (40 rushing, 22 KOR, 44 PR, 19 receiving) against Duke ... returned his first career punt for 44 yards and caught a 19-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter against the Blue Devils ... had another outstanding game against Eastern Michigan, touching the ball 11 times for 159 yards ... ran the ball eight times for 67 yards, and caught three passes for a career-high 92 yards against the Eagles ... it was the seventh time he went over 100 all-purpose yards ... had a then-season-low 42 all-purpose yards in the win over Temple, all coming on the ground on five carries ... recorded just 33 all-purpose yards against Army, rushing six times for 26 yards and Navy's first touchdown, and returning one kick for seven yards ... carried the ball 13 times for 51 yards against Boston College.
2005: Campbell had an outstanding sophomore season, leading the team in all-purpose yards (1,115), was second in receiving yards (314) and kickoff return yards (287), tied for third in scoring (66 pts.) and was fourth in rushing (514) ... averaged 26.2 yards per catch and 9.0 yards per rush ... gained 13.6 yards every time he touched the ball (1,115 yards on 82 plays) ... accounted for 15 offensive plays over 25 yards ... also registered eight tackles and forced a fumble on special teams ... started all 12 games ... was named to the CBS Sportsline All-Bowl Team, the ESPN.com All-Bowl Team, the Rivals.com All-Bowl Team and the College Football News All-Bowl Team after torching Colorado State for 290 all-purpose yards (116 rushing, 89 receiving, 85 return yards) and five touchdowns ... the five touchdowns tied an NCAA bowl game record set four other times, most notably by Oklahoma State's Barry Sanders in the 1988 Holiday Bowl ... named Offensive Most Valuable Player of the Poinsettia Bowl ... also had a big game leading up to the Poinsettia Bowl against Army, rushing three times for 60 yards and a touchdown, catching one pass for 21 yards and returning four kicks for 80 yards ... ran for 69 yards on four carries and a touchdown against Rutgers ... had three carries for 46 yards and a game-tying touchdown late in the fourth quarter against Air Force ... also caught three passes for 47 yards against the Falcons ... had 90 all-purpose yards (31 rushing, 59 receiving) against Kent State ... had 81 all-purpose yards (52 rushing, 29 receiving) against Tulane ... picked up 77 yards on five touches against Duke ... gained 72 yards on eight touches against Stanford.
2004: Carried the ball four times for 48 yards, caught one pass for 30 yards and returned nine kickoffs for 163 yards ... made a spectacular 30-yard diving catch against Tulsa, marking the first time he touched the ball in a collegiate game ... made his debut as a kick returner against Notre Dame and returned four kickoffs for 62 yards ... returned two kickoffs for 44 yards against Rice ... had one carry for a loss of one yard against Delaware ... rushed for 41 yards on two carries against Rutgers ... earned Second-Team All-Patriot League honors as a member of the track team.
High School / Personal: Four-year letterwinner in track and won three letters each in football and weightlifting at Lake Mary High School ... a three-time all-county, all-district and all-state football selection ... team captain and MVP his senior year in football ... a four-time MVP of the track team ... Reginald Jerome Campbell ... Born-8/10/85.