I think he'll do it, yeah. Will he totally Dominate the position throughout his Career and Beyond like Ed Brown, or be forever mentioned in the same hushed and reverent tones as Barry Sanders and Walter Payton? I don't think so, but he's still a great player and Destined for the hall of fame. I give him respect, and think he will do some amazing things, but I don't think he'll leave the sort of legendary shadow surrounding him as the three men I mentioned.
But you know what?
None of them are and no one will ever be as exciting to watch run as Earl Campbell was.