Posted On: 09/9/19 10:08 PM

Very few players caught my interest like Milton guard Jack Campion did this summer. That’s mainly because there were only a few guys that matched his competitiveness.

There were times where Campion has been fairly intense. The times he slapped the floor on defense, or when Luke Haertle hit his game-winning three-pointer and Campion responded by yelling until he was red in the face, and even his clapping, which he did as if he was punishing his hands for not clapping hard enough. It’s those moments that add to his passionate persona. “I’ve learned that I’ve got to stay locked in, can’t get distracted,” Campion explained to me. “Being focused is huge, and when I step on the court I have a dog mentality, I just wanna go out and kill opponents with my intensity.”

On the floor, he’s a hyperactive, mildly ticked-off version of "Roadrunner". Intense? Yep. Very, very fast? You betcha.

“I believe my strengths on the floor are getting out on transition, being able to use my speed and quickness to break defenders down,” Campion said. His unpredictable bursts of speed often kick-started motion on offense, and it's the trait that makes him such a unique player

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