2018 NFL Draft

Ibraheim Campbell, SS

School: Northwestern  |  Conference: BIG10
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Philadelphia, PA
Height/Weight: 5-11 / 208 lbs.
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Player News
05/05/2015 - A closer look at the Browns' 12 picks: Round 4/115 - Ibraheim Campbell, S, 5-11, 208, Northwestern...Campbell's main role will be on special teams and backing up strong safety Donte Whitner. He is regarded as better at defending the run than the pass. He missed four games in 2014 with a torn hamstring. - The Sports Xchange

01/22/2015 - 2015 Senior Bowl, Thursday: Though I focused on the linebackers and running backs throughout most of Thursday's practice, Northwestern safety Ibraheim Cambell made a couple of impressive plays in coverage that caught my eye. The 5-foot-11 1/2, 210-pounder showed good range and hand-eye coordination to recover and slap away a deep pass in the end zone early in practice. Later in the day, he intercepted Oregon State's Sean Mannion, as well. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com

08/09/2014 - 2014 PRESEASON JIM THORPE AWARD WATCH LIST: Ibraheim Campbell, Northwestern, Sr.,...Honorable mention All-Big Ten (coaches, media) in 2013 ... Started all 12 games at strong safety ... Ranked tied for third in the Big Ten with four interceptions ... Quarterfinalist for Lott IMPACT Award ... Finished fifth on the team with 73 tackles ... Had 10 tackles for the second time in three games against Michigan State. - Northwestern football

08/08/2014 - Northwestern's NFL Draft-Eligible prospects to watch in 2014: 1. S Ibraheim Campbell, RS Senior...One of the most reliable players on the Wildcats' defense the last three seasons, Campbell has started 37 games in Evanston and has recorded 262 total tackles, 29 passes defended and eight interceptions. All four starters in the secondary return for Northwestern in 2014 and Campbell is the unquestioned leader of both the defensive backs and the entire defense.

He isn't the biggest or fastest player on the field, but he's one of the smartest and prides himself on playing assignment sound football with as few mistakes as possible. Campbell makes accurate reads and breaks down the action quickly to make plays, although he does have room to improve his functional strength and finishing ability when he's close to the ball. He is very well liked in the locker room and is a three-time All-Academic Big Ten player while majoring in economics. Campbell isn't elite in any one area on the football field, but is very steady and plays with a reliable presence that brings stability to the Northwestern defense. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com