Georgia – Will Campbell

 8th Annual POWER SHOWCASE HOME RUN DERBY 

GEORGIA REPRESENTATIVE

GA WILL CAMPBELL

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POWER SHOWCASE RESULTS

METAL BAT

5 HRs

Longest Distance: 452′

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WILL CAMPBELL

LF / CF

5’11 / 180

DOB: 2/6/1996 

Playing In:

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ALL-AMERICAN CLASSIC – EAST

 

 “Will is a high character and leader on and off the field. His baseball skills are evident everyday on the field, he has game changing power and has become a tremendous defensive outfielder. The great thing is seeing Will become a team leader and someone that NBS athletes look up to. He has helped NBS youth teams & the response he gets from younger baseball players is evident with his character & leadership.”– Brian Nelson-Nelson Baseball School 2013 PG 18u WWBA National Runner-up
GA - WILL CAMPBELL Showcase State: GA

Primary Position: OF

Secondary Position: CF

Bat: Right

Throw: Left

Arm Velocity (MPH): 85

Batting Average (Summer): .395

HRs Spring: 9 / Season: 13

Run (60): 7.1

GA - WILL CAMPBELL CLASS OF 2014

Etowah H.S.

GPA: 3.0

ACT: 23

College Commitment: Kennesaw State

 

H.S. Coach: Greg Robinson

770-815-4836

grob10@yahoo.com

 

S.L. Coach: Brian Nelson

NELSON BASEBALL SCHOOL

678-492-7757

brian@nelsonbaseballschool.com

CONTACT INFO INDIVIDUAL AWARDS/HONORS
Jay & Jacki Campbell

906 Fox Chase Court

Woodstock GA 30189

Jay: 404-273-6322

Jacki: 770-314-5350
jackicampbell@att.net

jaycampbell21@att.net

Will: will-campbell21@att.net

  • First Team All-Region 5-AAAAAA
  • First Team All-County

 

 

 

 

ga will campbell Will has partnered with Easton for Home Runs that Help.
Easton was born with Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI), or Brittle Bone Disease. His parents were told when he was born that we would be lucky if he got to come home. Needless to say, their little miracle made it home and is amazing them daily! Osteogenesis Imperfecta is a genetic disease, and unfortunately, there is no cure. There is treatment, and they will be traveling to Omaha, Nebraska to consult with experts in OI yearly. Easton will be hospitalized every eight weeks to receive an IV infusion of a drug called Pamidronate. This medicine will help to increase Easton’s bone density, and decrease the constant bone pain that he feels.

 Easton is amazing, and we are honored to have him as William’s partner! William is working on ways to spread awareness about OI, help with the financial costs involved in caring for Easton, and hopefully help others with OI.

 GA will campbell March 2014

Update on William and his Home Runs that Help partner, Easton.  William’s high school baseball team, the Etowah Eagles, embraced his idea of a yellow out to raise funds for Easton.  (yellow is one of the colors for osteogenesis imperfect and is an EHS color)  All concession stand profits went towards Easton, along with “unbreakable spirit” wristband sales, yellow out tshirt (designed to raise awareness with a snowflake to represent OI kids that are all fragile, different and beautiful like snowflakes) profits, and basic donations.   Easton’s older brother threw out the first pitch of the game to William.  The coach even ordered special gold jerseys for the boys to wear for the game.  Our original yellow out game was canceled, and the John’s Creek HS team we were to play felt bad they missed it so sold yellow ribbons and raised $200.  Our crosstown rivals, Woodstock High School, also embraced the idea… 

We were able to raise nearly $2000 to help with Easton’s medical and therapy costs.