2015 • SENIOR SEASON: Missed the TCU game with an injury, which snapped his streak of starting 39 consecutive games (every game of his career) on the offensive line • returned to the lineup at Colorado State where he started at right tackle and protected for an offense that passed for 233 yards and ran for 180 yards • protected for an offense that gained 288 yards against Kent State • protected for an offense that generated 468 total yards (204 rushing and 264 passing) against Ohio • started the 43rd game of his career at Northwestern.
2014 • JUNIOR SEASON: Started all 13 games at left tackle and has started the first 39 games of his career • protected for an offense that rushed for 2,801 yards and 32 touchdowns • named All-Big Ten Honorable Mention by the media and coaches. Game-by-Game: Helped the Gophers rush for 182 yards and four touchdowns and pass for 144 yards and one touchdown against Eastern Illinois • paved the way for Minnesota to rush for 284 yards, including a career-high 220 by David Cobb, against Middle Tennessee • started at TCU • protected for an offense that rushed for 380 yards against San Jose State • provided protection for an offense that rushed for 206 yards and passed for 167 yards at Michigan • helped team average 5.1 yards-per-play against Northwestern • protected for an offense that scored 39 points, rushed for 285 yards and passed for 165 yards against Purdue • protected for an offense that passed for 240 yards and rushed for 171 yards at Illinois • protected for an offense that rushed for 291 yards and three touchdowns and passed for 131 yards and four touchdowns against Iowa • helped Minnesota rush for 218 yards against Ohio State • blocked for an offense that rushed for 281 yards and four touchdowns at Nebraska • started at Wisconsin as team rushed for 177 yards and three touchdowns • protected for an offense that passed for 267 yards and one touchdown against Missouri.
2013 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Started all 13 games at right tackle • received Honorable Mention All-Big Ten status from the media. Game-by-Game: Helped protect for an offense that rushed for 221 yards at UNLV • blocked for an offense that rushed for 342 yards at New Mexico State • helped pave the way for Minnesota to rush for 213 yards and four touchdowns against Western Illinois • protected for an offense that rushed for 353 yards (most since 2005) and six touchdowns against San Jose State • started against Iowa and at Michigan • protected for an offense that rushed for 176 yards at Northwestern • blocked for an offense that generated 430 yards of total offense (271 rushing yards) in a win against Nebraska • provided protection for an offense that gained 573 yards at Indiana • helped offense gain 381 yards against Penn State • started against Wisconsin and at Michigan State • protected for a unit that passed for two touchdowns and garnered 350 yards of offense against Syracuse.
2012 • FRESHMAN SEASON: Started all 13 games at right tackle. Game-by-Game: Made his Minnesota and collegiate debut at UNLV and helped protect for an offense that totaled a season-high 478 yards (209 rushing, 269 passing) • helped pave the way for the Gophers to rush for a season-high 240 yards against New Hampshire • started against Purdue when Minnesota passed for 246 yards and three touchdowns • protected for a Minnesota offense that rushed for 231 yards at Illinois • blocked for an offense that rushed for 222 yards vs. Texas Tech.
PREP SCHOOL: Graduate of Fork Union (Va.) Military Academy • helped lead Blue Devils to a VISAA Division I State Championship with a 16-14 victory over Collegiate in the title game • coached by Micky Sullivan.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduate of Fergus Falls High School • earned 2009 all-state honors from the Associated Press, the Minnesota Football Coaches Association and the Minnesota Vikings • named honorable mention all-state by the St. Paul Pioneer-Press • was one of 10 finalists for Minnesota's Mr. Football award • earned All-Central Lakes Conference honors • led team to a 10-1 mark in 2008 • also a standout wrestler and was ranked the No. 1 Class AA wrestler in the state at 285 pounds • coached by Richard Rusbrudt.
PERSONAL: Born December 4, 1990 • son of Ruth and Pete Campion • has already earned his degree in business and marketing education • working on his certificate program in human resource development.
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