Five-star cornerback Tyson Campbell is one of the top uncommitted players in the country ahead of National Signing Day, meaning his decision will be one of the biggest moves in recruiting this week.
In an interview with David Wilson of DieHards, Campbell discussed his top three teams — Miami, Georgia, and Alabama — as well as recapping his recent visit with the Hurricanes.
Via DieHards and DawgNation:
Why Alabama: “The people coach Saban puts in the league and the winning culture that they have at the school.”
Why Georgia: “Its a place that I saw myself playing at. And I’d have an opportunity to come in and work hard, and earn the starting job.”
Why Miami: “Just the opportunity to be at home. Just knowing the coaching staff and the future they can have.”
Tennessee and Auburn had been contenders for Campbell, but it looks like those two are now out of the running ahead of Wednesday’s National Signing Day.
Campbell is rated as the No. 12 overall recruit in the country by the 247Sports Composite. He is rated as the No. 2 cornerback in the nation, only behind Patrick Surtain Jr., who is also uncommitted.