PERKINSTON, MS (WLOX) - Every year when a coaching job opens up in the college football ranks, Mississippi Gulf Coast Bulldogs head coach Steve Campbell's name pops up.
Reports out of Conway, Arkansas say Campbell was interviewed today for the University of Central Arkansas head coaching vacancy.
The Bears compete in the Southland Conference and have first-class facilities, a stadium football turf that features gray and purple stripes.
Coach Campbell has built Mississippi Gulf Coast into one of the most respected junior college football programs in the nation and that's why other colleges always attempt to lure Campbell away from Perkinston.
Other candidates for the Central Arkansas job include, former Arkansas State head coach Steve Roberts and Abilene Christian head coach Ken Collums.
In other MGCCC news sophomore wide receiver Dhaquille Williams has been named NJCAA All-American. Williams was an honorable mention selection after catching 51 passes for 733 yards and 9 touchdowns.
Last season the LaPlace, Louisiana native was named NJCAA first-team All-American after he hauled in 67 passes for 1,295 yards and 17 touchdowns.
Williams is committed to Auburn but is still considering LSU.