Every year, it seems like there is a player who could go in the top 10 picks, or he could fall all the way to the bottom of the first round. What's strange about the last two years is that both of them played for Maryland. Maybe Campbell does end up in Oakland and it sets off a chain of dominoes all the way through the first round. He'd get paid a lot of money up front, but in terms of long-term stability for his career, he might be better off slipping this far and getting picked by an NFL franchise with more credibility. Campbell is one of the most physically jaw-dropping people you'll ever see. He literally doesn't look like he has an ounce of fat on him, and he's 315 pounds. But when most teams watch him on film, they're going to ultimately conclude he's just too raw. Mike Mayock, the NFL Network's version of Mel Kiper, was asked at the combine if Campbell was overlooked in college when he wasn't named to the all-ACC team after his junior season with the Terps, and he responded without so much as a pause, "He didn't deserve to be all-ACC." The Cowboys will figure they can mold him into an all-Pro, and they might be right. This late in the first round, he's worth the gamble. But not in the top 10.