Campbell Assistant Accepted Into NCAA And NFL Coaches Academy

Buies Creek – Recently completing his third year as wide receivers coach at Campbell, Adam Morris has been accepted into the NCAA and NFL Coaches Academy.

The NCAA and NFL Coaches Academy provides current, full-time intercollegiate football coaches at NCAA member institutions, some who are former NFL athletes, to expand their knowledge and insight into the world of intercollegiate football coaching.

Adam-MorrisKeynote speakers have included Arizona State head coach Todd Graham, Baylor University head coach Art Briles, legendary NFL coaches Dan Reeves and Dennis Green, NFL Hall of Famer Mike Singletary, and Tyrone Willingham, former head coach at Notre Dame, Stanford and the University of Washington.

The 2016 NCAA and NFL Coaches Academy will take place Feb. 18-21 in Tampa, Florida. For more information on the NCAA and NFL Coaches Academy, visit

Over his three seasons at Campbell, Morris has guided Campbell receivers to the school’s top-three team single-season totals in receiving yards and receiving touchdowns. The team set records for completions (205), receiving yards (2,436) and receiving touchdowns (18).

Redshirt freshman Aaron Blockmon was named honorable mention All-PFL in 2015, setting Campbell freshman records for receiving yards (453) and receiving touchdowns (5). Blockmon’s 453 receiving yards is the fourth-most by a Camel overall in a single-season, while his five TD catches tied a CU record.

Jabri Ridenhour set a CU single-season record for receiving yards in 2014 (497), also earning honorable mention All-PFL accolades.