I think there's the potential for that with about 98% of high school stars, and not really Campolattano any more than most of them.
I'm thrilled to have a guy with his potential coming to tOSU, especially when he seems humble enough and to have a great attitude.
I know he lost, but there's still a lot to be impressed with in his Dapper Dan match. In the first period, he slips in an inside trip beautifully, but isn't able to finish because the other guy was huge and brutely. So, Camp immediately transitioned to a single. They went out of bounds and, again, he wasn't able to finish. In the lighter weights, an exchange like that wouldn't be of much interest, but you don't see it too often with the big guys. That he's able to move that way with his size is incredible, and he knows how to wrestle, too. He's perfect for 197 in my mind, and that's been a weight of concern for the Buckeyes ever since Bergman bumped up to heavyweight.
As I've said earlier in this thread, I see a bit of a risk in him, but there's no doubt in my mind that he's worth taking it. I'm much more comfortable with him in scarlet and gray than the opposing singlet. My only wish is that (and I know you'll agree whole-heartedly with this) he would redshirt this year.