MORGANTOWN, W.Va.–West Virginia wide receiver George Campbell has decided to apply for a sixth year.
“We (are) pretty certain that he’ll be approved,” head coach Neal Brown said. “It’s really going to be a decision for him.”
The 6-foot-4, 183-pound wide out became a clutch player for the Mountaineers during his redshirt senior season.
Campbell provided a veteran presence in the locker room but he earned himself the title “touchdown machine” on the field.
In 12 games, the Clearwater, Fla. native had 469 yards and seven touchdowns.
Prior to coming to Morgantown, Campbell spent four seasons at Florida State. During that time, he was plagued with injuries.
As a freshman, Campbell saw action in 11 games. He missed his sophomore season due to an injury and was limited to just four games in both of his final two years.