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Video: Michigan St. QB Commit Body Slams HS Security Guard

Michigan State QB commit for the Class of 2015, Jayru Campbell, was caught on camera body slamming a security guard at Cass Tech High School in Detroit. According to WDIV in Detroit, Campbell is in police custody.



Campbell is viewed as a major commitment for the Spartans. Though a composite three-star, he had scholarship offers from Alabama, Notre Dame and Wisconsin.
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TKLSUMD - 6 months ago
Garbage. Future inmate. Glad he is not associated with LSU.
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Snakebucket - 6 months ago
Wow. Wonder what provoked that.

Wondering the same thing. Anyone else think that maybe this kid was provoked?
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Chair - 6 months ago
Google me pictures. Looks like a pure thug. Full of tats, too, before graduating highschool.
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JimmyHDeridderhigh - 6 months ago
So funny how our fans forget Hill knocking out the drunk guy. Their kids, get off your high horses. [or stay until you kid or someone in your family messes up]
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OGTiger - 6 months ago
Should be expelled. But it's Detroit, so nothing will probably come of it. Hopefully, MSU not only rescinds his scholarship but no other offers come his way. He should be locked away for quite a while. His actions could have killed the security officer.
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Chicken - 6 months ago
He gone
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LSU 318 LSU - 6 months ago
Typical Bama recruit
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magnumtiger - 6 months ago
lock that animal up
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tigahbait62 - 6 months ago
the big ten clearly has a higher calling than the sec and does not offer thugs
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Babboo - 6 months ago
tPOS
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lsuoilengr - 6 months ago
thats a 15 yarder right there
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Placebeaux - 6 months ago
WORLDSTAR !
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SamGinn Cam - 6 months ago
Wow. Wonder what provoked that.
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