23 - Justin Campbell
Justin Campbell
Born: 10/17/1982
Height: 5-8
Weight: 170
Year: Senior
Hometown: Jeffersonville, Ind.
High School: Providence
Position: Running Back
Seasons at Butler: 4th season
Butler's all-time leader in kickoff returns and kickoff return yards...2003: Team captain...first team All-PFL return specialist...named honorable mention All-America as a return specialist by Don Hansen's Football Gazette...saw action in nine games...led the Bulldogs in rushing and scoring...ranked second in the PFL in all-purpose yards (159.6)...finished fifth in the league in kickoff returns (22.3) and ninth in rushing...had a career-high 132 rushing yards in Butler's victory over Valparaiso...had 221 all-purpose yards in Butler's opener at Tiffin...recorded an 82-yard kickoff return against Tiffin...had 201 all-purpose yards against Valparaiso...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll and the Butler Athletic Director's Honor Roll...2002: First team All-PFL return specialist...played in all 10 games and finished second on the team in rushing...team's third-leading scorer and fifth-leading pass receiver...set a Butler single season record for kickoff returns and kickoff return yards...led the PFL and ranked 11th in the NCAA I-AA in kickoff returns (26.2 ypr)...had the longest kickoff return in Butler football history with a 94-yard run for a touchdown against San Diego...scored a pair of touchdowns in Butler's win over Tiffin...named PFL "Special Teams Player of the Week" for the week of Oct. 19...2001: One of just four freshmen to earn a varsity letter...began the season as a wide receiver, but switched to running back...finished as Butler's second-leading rusher...led the Bulldogs in kickoff returns...ranked ninth in the PFL in kickoff returns...became the first Butler freshman since 1979 to rush for over 100 yards when he gained 119 yards on 17 carries against Drake...named to the Butler Athletic Director's Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Marketing major...born 10/17/82...son of Robert and Teresa Campbell...High School: Three-year letterwinner at Providence High School...rushed for over 2,300 yards and scored 30 touchdowns in three seasons...named offensive MVP of the Ambassadors Tournament in Europe...MVP of the Southern Indiana Football Classic...first team all-county on offense and defense...earned an Honors Degree...High School Coach: Gene Sartini.