Though Indianapolis Colts rookie wide receiver Parris Campbell was out for most of training camp with a hamstring issue, he’ll be ready to play Week 1 against the Los Angeles Chargers after returning to action for his team’s preseason finale.

Colts head coach Frank Reich is confident that Campbell will be able to receive a full workload on Sunday, despite his limited playing time in training camp. He said, via George Bremer of the Herald Bulletin

“It feels like he has been practicing the whole time,” he said of Campbell, per George Bremer of the Herald Bulletin. “I know he has only been out here for a few practices, but I feel like if we needed to play him 50 plays in a game, he could play 50 plays. I doubt he will play 50 plays in the game, but I think he is ready to go.”

Campbell certainly seems prepared to play on Sunday, too.

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“I’m super excited. I really can’t wait,” he said. “It’s been a dream of mine to play in this league for a long time, and now that I’m actually living the dream, it’s time to go prove it and earn my spot and my right to be here.”

The Colts selected Campbell in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft out of Ohio State. A speed merchant, the former Buckeye tied for the fastest 40-yard-dash at the NFL Combine with Andy Isabella by running a 4.31. That speed was frequently on display in college, particular in his senior year when he tallied 90 receptions for 1,063 yards and nine touchdowns.

Campbell will team up with fellow speedster T.Y. Hilton and possession-catch ace Devin Funchess to, hopefully, make life easy for Colts quarterback Jacoby Brissett.