The Crimson Tide also has 20 performances ranked in the top 10 this season in the SEC
Career Bests Long jump - 22-9 Triple jump - 50-11
Sophomore (2011-12) Outdoor Season Qualified for the NCAA East Region Prelminary round in the triple jump but fouled on his first three attempts ... narrowly missed scoring at the SEC Championships with a 10th place finish in the triple jump with a wind-aided mark of 48-4.5 ... finished 16th in the triple jump at 46-7.5 at the Drake Relays ... cleared 47-4.5 in the triple jump to finish sixth at the Auburn War Eagle Invitational ... had a mark of 47-4.25 in the triple jump at the Spec Towns Invitational to play fourth ... placed fifth in the triple jump at Ole Miss Invitational with a mark of 49-11.75 ... won the triple jump at Alabama relays with a mark of 49-2.25 ... cleared 49-1.5 in the triple jump to finish third at the Bulls Invitational.
Indoor Season Placed third overall in the triple jump at the Texas A&M Invitational by clearing 48-0.75 ... had a mark of 47-4.5 in the triple jump at the New Balance Invitational in his first meet with the Crimson Tide.
Prior to Alabama Competed at the University of New Mexico his freshman season ... finished third at the USA Junior Outdoor Track & Field Championships with a personal best jump of 50-11 ... finished third in the triple jump at the Mountain West outdoor championships with a mark of 49-1.75 ... was second in the triple jump at the Mountain West indoor championships with a jump of 49-9.75 ... cleared a wind-aided distance of 51-0 to win the Tailwind Invitational.
Prep and Personal Won the state title in the triple jump and finished second in the long jump during his season at Highland High School where he was coached by Gary Sanchez ... helped lead his team to a state championship in 2009 ... owns his high school's record in the triple jump ... competed as a member of the Big Red Track Club where he was a regional champion in the triple jump and sixth in the nation ... is the son of Warrick Campbell and Jonnie Reese.