Florida State wide receiver George Campbell has announced that he will end his vocation at Penn State.

The 2015 signee entered Tallahassee with assure, but several core accidents prevented him from reaching his opportunity.

“It’s no secret that the very last 4 many years have been total of highs and lows for me, but I’ve generally been informed that ‘tough moments do not very last, difficult men and women do,'” Campbell stated in a assertion on his Instagram account.

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“With that becoming stated my journey is nowhere in the vicinity of over nonetheless and I am energized to announce that I will be composing the subsequent chapter of my lifestyle at THE Penn State University. I am thrilled to be a component of the Nittany Lion family and am grateful to the coaching staff members and players for accepting me with open arms!”

Campbell signed with FSU in 2015 as a composite five-star recruit.

He played in 10 video games as a freshman and recorded a few catches for 42 yards.

A hip damage finished his 2016 season right before he saw the industry. A re-aggravation of the same damage finished his 2017 season just after he recorded a vocation-substantial six catches for 122 yards in 4 video games.

Campbell stated he was entirely healthful in advance of FSU’s 2018 season and appeared in 7 video games, even beginning from Notre Dame.

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“Even though I will eternally be grateful to Florida State for the opportunity to be a Seminole, I am energized to just take the subsequent stage in my journey,” Campbell added on Instagram.

“To my Nole brothers, it’s not goodbye, it’s see you afterwards. I like y’all boys and would like you the greatest. For all those who have supported me every stage of the way, I respect you from the bottom of my coronary heart.”

Campbell’s departure leaves the Seminoles with 10 scholarship receivers, five of whom just completed their freshman seasons in 2018.