Draft Scout Snapshot: A closer look at the Panthers' picks: Round 7/216 -- D.J. Campbell, FS, 6-0, 201, California...A four-year special-teamer but one-year starter at Cal, he's going to have to make his way running down kicks to make the roster. - The Sports Xchange
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12/11/12 - S D.J. Campbell, a seventh-round rookie making his first start, played 100 percent of the Panthers' snaps and made three tackles.
12/03/12 - FS D.J. Campbell, a seventh-round draft pick in April, saw his first defensive snaps after FS Sherrod Martin was injured Sunday.
04/30/12 - A closer look at the Panthers' picks: Round 7/216 -- D.J. Campbell, FS, 6-0, 201, California...A four-year special-teamer but one-year starter at Cal, he's going to have to make his way running down kicks to make the roster. - The Sports Xchange
04/10/12 - The 49ers' local pro day is set for Wednesday, April 18, at the team's practice facility in Santa Clara. Many lesser-known players from the area schools will take part in drills. Also, players from the area who attended colleges elsewhere are eligible to attend. For instance, Utah State running back Robert Turbin, who attended Irvington High in Fremont, is allowed to participate. Turbin (5-10, 222) rushed for 2,800 yards and 32 touchdowns the past two seasons, and is expected to be a mid-round draft pick. However, Turbin will not work out that day. Instead, the 49ers have scheduled him to visit on another day. Here is a look at the draft-eligible prospects from Cal, Stanford and San Jose State who took part in their schools' pro days. Many of the following are also expected to take part in the 49ers' workout: Cal: P Bryan Anger*, WR Michael Calvin, S D.J. Campbell, S Sean Cattouse*, OL Justin Cheadle, LB Ryan Davis, WR Coleman Edmond, OL Justin Gates, DL Trevor Guyton*, LB D.J. Holt, WR Marvin Jones*, LB Mychal Kendricks*, DB Virdell Larkins, TE Anthony Miller, DL Ernest Owusu, T Mitchell Schwartz*, PK Giorgio Tavecchio. Stanford: S Johnson Bademosi, G David DeCastro*, TE Coby Fleener*, WR Corey Gatewood, S Delano Howell*, QB Andrew Luck*, T Jonathan Martin*, DE Matt Masifilo, WR Chris Owusu*, RB Jeremy Stewart, S Michael Thomas and WR Griff Whalen. San Jose State: WR Michael Avila, CB Brandon Driver, QB Matt Faulkner, LB Pompey Festejo, DB Alex Germany, S Duke Ihenacho*, OL Fred Koloto, DE Mohamed Marah, DT Andrew Moeaki, RB Lamon Muldrow, S Manu Ngatikaura, C Robbie Reed, RB Brandon Rutley, CB Peyton Thompson, OL Andres Vargas, LS Ben Zorn. - Matt Maiocco, Comcast SportsNet Bay Area
03/15/12 - Cal Pro Day: Campbell was timed between 4.51-4.54 in th 40-yard dash. He registered a 38" vertical and had a 10-7" broad jump. All three results would have ranked among the top numbers of any safeties tested in Indianapolis this year. He also proved faster Thursday thanmost of the Combine's safeties in the short shuttle (4.11 seconds) and three-cone (6.90 seconds) drills and his 22 repetitions of 225 pounds would have tied for thelead there among safeties (with Oregon's Eddie Pleasant, Vanderbilt's Sean Richardson). Unfortunately for Campbell, he pulled his right hamstring running the 40-yard dash. Scouts interest in him, however, had already been piqued. The 13-game starter (72 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss, two interceptions) already has scheduled private workouts with the Dallas Cowboys, Minnesota Vikings and San Diego Chargers. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com