Oakland Raiders: Bruce Campbell Is Making a Case To Be a Top Eight Pick

February 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Heading into the 2010 NFL combine, many people said Bruce Campbell was the fifth best talent at OT in the draft this year. Coming out of the combine, the Oakland Raiders, and more specifically Al Davis, could consider him the best raw talent of this year's offensive line class.
The 6’6”, 314 pound lineman from Maryland is making a case at the combine to prove that he is a better athlete than the other lineman at the Indianapolis complex this week.
Campbell benched the standard bench press weight of 225 lbs. 34 times, had an outstanding broad jump, and a great vertical jump. Then he followed up that performance with the fastest forty times (4.78) ever run by an offensive lineman…ever. His height, weight, and speed combination in correlation with his 36.5 inch arms and his potential are making Al Davis drool as we speak.
Campbell was previously expected by most people to be a mid-to-late first round draft pick. He went to school at Maryland…is this starting to sou...

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