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2022 Midseason True Freshman All-American Team


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On3 2022 Midseason True Freshman All-American Team

OL Will Campbell – LSU

Will Campbell was a day one starter at left tackle for LSU and has turned in a strong showing through five games. The 6-foot-6, 325-pounder missed LSU’s week six game against Tennessee after being hospitalized following what head coach Brian Kelly termed as “an episode” earlier in the week. While Campbell’s status moving forward remains unclear, Kelly noted that early tests have ruled out anything deemed life threatening. Campbell has been a key cog in Kelly’s effort to rebuild LSU’s offensive line. The in-state product had settled in at left tackle for the Tigers and gave up zero sacks and just one pressure in his first two SEC games, according to Pro Football Focus.

Campbell ranked as the No. 40 overall prospect according to the 2022 On3 Consensus.

OL Emery Jones – LSU

Emery Jones joined Will Campbell as a true freshman starter on LSU’s offensive line early on this season. The Baton Rouge native was considered an interior offensive lineman as a high school prospect, but has primarily worked at right tackle thus far. While Jones has had some baptism by fire moments in SEC play, he’s played relatively well considering his true freshman status and the competition. 

Jones ranked as the No. 100 prospect in the 2022 cycle according to the On3 Consensus.

LB Harold Perkins – LSU

Harold Perkins is showing the high end athleticism that made him an On3 Consensus five-star prospect. The 6-foot-2, 220-pounder is already one of the more disruptive defenders in the SEC. Perkins has been a two-time On3 True Freshman Standout this season after big games against Mississippi State and Auburn. The former Cypress (Texas) Cy Park standout has recorded 27 tackles, two tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, an interception and three quarterback hurries. Perkins’ ability to create disruption as a blitzer and pass rusher, in addition to his athleticism in space gives LSU defensive coordinator Matt House a moveable chess piece. 

Perkins ranked as the No. 9 overall prospect and No. 1 linebacker in the 2022 On3 Consensus.


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