Detroit Cass Tech quarterback Jayru Campbell, here at the Sound Mind Sound Body football academy, says he has de-committed from Michigan State and has already received scholarship offers from Cincinnati, Miami (Fla.) and Louisiana State. (David Guralnick / Detroit News)
Detroit Cass Tech junior quarterback Jayru Campbell has de-committed from Michigan State and has re-opened his recruiting process.
Campbell made the announcement in an interview with a local television station on Monday. Campbell also indicated in the interview that MSU was no longer on his list, and that he has received scholarship offers from Cincinnati, Miami (Fla.) and Louisiana State.
Campbell was sentenced to 60 days in jail, less three days for time served, on May 30 as a result of a misdemeanor assault charge and subsequent plea deal his attorney, Jeffrey Edison, filed on May 2. Campbell was charged with two counts of assault of a security guard on Jan. 22 inside Cass Tech.
Videos of the incident showed Campbell body-slamming the security guard.
Campbell (6-foot-4, 200 pounds) led Cass Tech to the Division 1 football championships in 2011 and ’12. Last season, Cass Tech lost to Detroit Catholic Central in the Division 1 semifinals.
Campbell is expected to begin summer school classes next Monday.
His jail sentence is scheduled to begin July 30.