Folarin Campbell

Folarin Yaovi Campbell (born February 27, 1986) is a Nigerian-American basketball player who played for the George Mason Patriots. Campbell started at guard for the Patriots, including during his sophomore season when the Patriots made their improbable run to the NCAA Tournament's Final Four in 2006.

Campbell is a former resident of Lanham, Maryland. While there, Campbell attended Glenridge Elementary School, Kenmoor Middle School, Charles Carroll Middle School, and Fairmont Heights High School for one year. In 2001, Campbell moved to Silver Spring, Maryland and became a 2004 graduate of Springbrook High School. At Springbrook, Campbell was selected first-team All-Metropolitan by the Washington Post as a junior and senior and was the Montgomery County public schools' leading scorer as a junior, averaging 26.3 points per game.

Campbell is of Nigerian descent.

He played 2010-11 season for the Telekom Baskets Bonn in Germany.

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2004–05 George Mason Patriots Men's Basketball Team - Awards
... Second Team All-CAA Lamar Butler Jai Lewis Third Team All-CAA Tony Skinn CAA All-Rookie Team Folarin Campbell Will Thomas John Vaughan CAA Player of the Week Lamar. 3 CAA Rookie of the Week Folarin Campbell – Dec. 18 Folarin Campbell – Feb ...

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