Parris Campbell is a professional American football player in the National Football League. He has been playing for the Indianapolis Colts since 2019 when they drafted him into the NFL. Prior to the NFL, he played collegiate football for the Ohio State University.
Player Profile, High School, and College Career
Parris John Campbell Jr. was born on July 16, 1997, in Akron, Ohio. He stands 185 cm and the wide receiver’s weight was last listed at 94 kg.
He played high school football for the St Vincent-St Mary High School in Akron. Campbell was both running back and wide receiver and when he was a senior, he rushed 1,584 yards. In addition to football, he was on the Track & Field team.
He committed to play for Ohio State where he redshirted his first year. He stayed four years with the University through to 2018.
He was drafted into the NFL in 2019 by the Indianapolis Colts. In December of that year, he broke his foot in Week 14 and he was placed on the injured reserve list. In Week 2 of 2020, he suffered MCL and PCL injury on his left. He was again placed on the injured list in October 2021. He was activated in January 2022.
- 2015 - CFP national champion
- 2018 - First-team All-Big Ten
- 2017 - Second-team All-Big Ten
- 2016 - Third-team All-Big Ten