Rising Star, DE/SAF Jamarion Campbell, Livonia Middle School (Livonia, Louisiana)

Jamarion Campbell is a 5’10” 125 pound DE/SAF out of Livonia Middle School. The class of 2028 prospect is an honor roll student who plays a physical brand of football. When asked who he compares himself to, he stated, “I compare myself to Micah Parsons and Derwin James Jr. because I play safety and defensive end… they both play hard and physical.”

In the Gridiron Football Junior High All-American Bowl Game, Campbell recorded only half a tackle, however his impact was much more than what was on the box, as he flew around the field the entire game. He’s a truly versatile player who has ability as a pass rusher and defensive back.

Below is a QnA between Jamarion and myself.

What are your biggest accomplishments

My biggest accomplishment is winning the state championship and getting three rings in one year.

What do you like about football and how is it significant to you?

The reason why I like football is that it’s a physical sport and it’s just fun.

What is a strength you have in the game?

One of my biggest strengths is that I’m not the biggest and not the fastest but the way I play I feel like I’m the fastest and the best at my position.

What’s something football has taught you?

Football taught me how to control my emotions and how to work together with my teammates

What did it mean to be able to play in the Gridiron Football Bowl Game?

Playing in the bowl game made me feel happy because all the work I put in has paid off.

What is your dream school to play for in college?

My dream college is to play at LSU.