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Scott Campbell
Senior Personnel Executive

Scott Campbell is entering his 31st NFL season and his 17th with the Washington Redskins in 2017. In June 2017, Campbell was named Senior Personnel Executive after most recently serving as the team's Director of College Scouting, a position in which he oversaw the team’s college scouting department and set the team’s draft board for the team’s highly acclaimed 2017 draft class.

In recent years, Campbell has played an integral role in identifying and selecting a number of impact contributors. In 2014, Campbell’s draft board helped the Redskins identify third-round tackle Morgan Moses, whom the team rewarded with a multi-year contract extension in 2017 after the Virginia product blossomed into one of the game's top right tackles. That 2014 draft also produced a number of other key contributors to the Redskins back-to-back winning seasons in 2015-16, including second-round linebacker Trent Murphy, third-round interior lineman Spencer Long and fourthround cornerback Bashaud Breeland. In 2015, among the Redskins' prominent draft additions were Pro Bowl guard Brandon Scherff (a first-round selection) and fourth-round wide receiver Jamison Crowder, who has become one of the league's emerging slot receivers.

Scott Campbell is entering his 31st NFL season and his 17th with the Washington Redskins in 2017. In June 2017, Campbell was named Senior Personnel Executive after most recently serving as the team's Director of College Scouting, a position in which he oversaw the team’s college scouting department and set the team’s draft board for the team’s highly acclaimed 2017 draft class.

In recent years, Campbell has played an integral role in identifying and selecting a number of impact contributors. In 2014, Campbell’s draft board helped the Redskins identify third-round tackle Morgan Moses, whom the team rewarded with a multi-year contract extension in 2017 after the Virginia product blossomed into one of the game's top right tackles. That 2014 draft also produced a number of other key contributors to the Redskins back-to-back winning seasons in 2015-16, including second-round linebacker Trent Murphy, third-round interior lineman Spencer Long and fourthround cornerback Bashaud Breeland. In 2015, among the Redskins' prominent draft additions were Pro Bowl guard Brandon Scherff (a first-round selection) and fourth-round wide receiver Jamison Crowder, who has become one of the league's emerging slot receivers.

In the 2017 NFL Draft, Campbell and the personnel staff oversaw the assembly of a 10-player class that garnered near-universal acclaim. Shortly after the draft, The Dallas Morning News examined league-wide draft grades from 10 prominent media outlets and determined the Redskins' 2017 class garnered the third-highest composite grade in the NFL.

From Campbell’s return to college scouting in 2006 through 2016, six of the Redskins' seven first-round picks qualified for the Pro Bowl during their NFL careers. Washington’s 85.7 percent hit rate in identifying future Pro Bowlers in the first round in that time frame ranked first in the NFL, with no other franchise eclipsing 70 percent. In all, players selected by the Redskins in Campbell’s tenure in Washington have accrued 23 combined Pro Bowl selections.

Campbell originally joined the Redskins in 2001 as Director of College Scouting, overseeing the area scouts and assisting with the Redskins’ draft operations before heading 

up the scouting of pro personnel for the next four seasons. He returned in 2006 to take charge of the college scouting department, where he spent two seasons before being promoted to Director of Player Personnel. In 2015, he transitioned to Director of College Scouting, where he now leads the team’s area scouts in identifying talent at the collegiate level.

Previously, Campbell spent the 2000 season in Chicago as Director of Pro Personnel, after three seasons in Kansas City, serving as a southeast area scout (1997-99).

Campbell began his NFL career with the Atlanta Falcons in 1987, serving as an assistant to his father, late Head Coach Marion Campbell - who also served as the defensive coordinator for the NFC Champion Philadelphia Eagles in 1980. Campbell spent three years as the administrative assistant to the coaching staff, helping coordinate training camp, scouting, quality control and additional football logistics. In 1990, he moved over to Atlanta’s personnel department fulltime for a seven-season run as an area scout.

Campbell earned his bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Georgia in 1984, where he played on the offensive line for three SEC Championship squads, including the 1980 National Championship team. He went on to earn a master’s degree in education from Auburn University in 1986, while working with the Tigers’ coaching staff as a graduate assistant from 1985-86. Campbell and his wife, Cindy, have two daughters, Courtney and Caroline.