Corey Campbell joined the Baylor staff in April 2017. He serves as an athletics performance coach with the football program.
Campbell enjoyed a brief stint as assistant director of football strength and conditioning at Purdue University prior to moving to Baylor. He spent the 2016 season at Cincinnati, where he worked with the football, cheerleading and golf programs. While with the Bearcats, Campbell assisted with the overall design and coaching of performance training for the football program, and oversaw the internship program.
Prior to Cincinnati, Campbell spent time as a strength and conditioning graduate assistant at Georgia College and as an intern at the University of Georgia.
A two-year letter winner as a fullback and special teams standout at Georgia, Campbell played four seasons (2010-13) for the Bulldogs and was named a game captain four times during his senior year. The Bulldogs went 36-18 during his career and made four bowl appearances.
Campbell graduated from Georgia in 2013 with a bachelor's degree in biological science and earned a master's degree in kinesiology from Georgia College in 2016.