Campbell saw his stock soar during the high school season, and then continued his very strong play during the spring on the AAU circuit, and that led to a host of offers, but only one mattered, and when he got it, Campbell knew Georgetown was the place.
"I have always wanted to go to Georgetown," said Campbell. "When they offered me I was really excited. I didn't want to commit on the spot when they offered me last week, and I went back up there today and committed after I toured the campus."
He continued, "It is close to home and I have always liked Georgetown. I have a good relationship with the coaches and it is a good fit."
Campbell also had offers from Maryland, George Mason, VCU, and others, but in the end he felt very comfortable with the Hoyas and really believes what he does well will be an excellent fit in the Georgetown system.
"I was just talking to coach and he said I am a playmaker and I have to knock down shots and just be a leader who defends and plays hard and that is what I do," said Campbell.
Campbell now joins four-star forward Isaac Copeland in the Hoyas 2014 class. A four-star prospect in his own right, Campbell is the No. 20 ranked point guard in the country and the No. 88 player overall.