Oakland Raider Bruce Campbell: Why Move Him?

July 20, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Bruce Campbell is 6'7'', 315 pounds, and two tons of left-tackle talent. He is a physical specimen the likes the NFL has never seen in an offensive linemen.
His physical measurables are also off of the chart, to match his sculpted body. He bench presses 500 pounds and repped-out 225 pounds 34 times at the combine.
Mike Mayock also timed Campbell at 4.78 in the 40 at the combine. His official time was 4.85 because they probably couldn't bring themselves to believe he was that fast. 
To go along with his speed, he had a 20yard shuttle of 4.69 and a three-cone drill of 7.58. Then he had a vertical leap of 32 inches with an 8'5'' broad jump.
Mayock said of Campbell, "His measurables are better than most tight ends." Campbell also has 36.5-inch-long arms. He is without weakness physically.
Dwight Galt was his strength coach at the University of Maryland. He said of Campbell, "He is the offensiv...

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