Signee Profile: Michael Campanaro

A look at 2009 signee Michael Campanaro, a three-star athlete from River Hill High School in Clarkville, Maryland.

Profile: Michael Campanaro
Position: WR
Height: 5'10
Weight: 185
40: 4.37

Senior Stats: 202 caries for 1,900 yards, 15 catches for 460 yards, 38 total touchdowns; 78 tackles, 9 interceptions, 3 punt return touchdowns, 1 passing touchdown

Senior Awards: Washington Post Player of the Year, County Player of the Year, 1st Team All Metro, Concensus 1st Team All State, Selected for the Under Armour All-American Game

Why Wake Forest? "Wake is the perfect fit for me in all aspects. I love the coaching staff and the players there are like family. Their offense fits me perfectly and it's a chance to play ACC football."

River Hill Coach Brian Van Deusen: "Michael is a real playmaker. We tried to get him the ball any way we could. He has great speed and agility and is a true student of the game. Michael was like another coach on the field. He had around 90 touchdowns for his varsity career and the team went 41-1 for that time. Michael is also a great role model for our young players. He is a very hard worker during the off season and is always trying to get better. Michael is also good in the classroom and is very coachable. He will fit in great with Wake Forest."

Offers: North Carolina, Northwestern

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