WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.-- Wake Forest's Michael Campanaro is one of the best receivers in the nation.
He's also pretty effective when he runs with it -- and throws it, too.
Campanaro enters his senior season as the Atlantic Coast Conference's top returning receiver and has proven to be a trick-play threat.
And he hopes that versatility can help lead the Demon Deacons to his first winning season with them.
Campanaro had an ACC-best 7.9 catches per game in 2012 and had three games with at least 10 receptions.
He could've had more, had a broken hand not kept him out of two games.
In an interview with The Associated Press, Campanaro said the goal is "to be more consistent this year and have those games every week."