Former Wake Forest receiver Michael Campanaro is hoping for another chance to make a name for himself next Monday.
After running a 4.46 40-yard dash at the NFL combine, Campanaro told The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson that he's heard he's being given a third-round grade from most NFL teams.
Campanaro, a local product that attended high school at Howard County's River Hill, also stated that he'll work out at the Ravens' local pro day next Monday.
That will give Campanaro a good chance to impress Ravens scouts, which could be looking to identify a slot receiver for the future. That's a position he played during his time with the Demon Deacons, which ran a spread offense under coach Jim Grobe, who retired after his 13th season with Wake Forest in 2013.
Here's a highlight tape of Campanaro at Wake Forest:
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