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Javeon Campbell named U.S. Army All-American

Adam Luckettby:Adam Luckett05/28/24


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Frankfort (Ky.) Western Hills defensive lineman Javeon Campbell is new to the game of football, but that certainly has not limited his college options. The four-star prospect has June official visits locked in with Miami (May 31-June 2), Kentucky (June 7-9), Auburn (June 10-12), Alabama (June 14-16), and Georgia (June 21-23). Ohio State is planning to get the blue-chip prospect on campus for an official visit during the season.

The Kentucky native is a wanted prospect. Javeon Campbell has had a very popular recruitment. The 2025 prospect received another honor on Tuesday when he received an invite to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

The U.S. Army All-American Bowl will take place in December. At the event, 80 of the best high school football players in the nation will participate in the event. During the bowl week, the U.S. Army National Combine will take place at the Dallas Cowboys “STAR” Ford Center Stadium. The long-standing event has consistently been a showcase for high school football.

Will Javeon Campbell become the next Kentucky player to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl? The Wildcats are working diligently to land one of the top prospects on their recruiting board.

Take 5: Kentucky’s top targets heading into official visits

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