Tom Campana was a dangerous receiver for Saskatchewan for six seasons from 1972 to 1977. Campana's rookie season of 1972 was proably his best season. At the time, the CFL was in the middle of moving from three running backs to two. The third running back was often referred to as a Wing Back who had both rushing and receiving responsibilities. The best known Wing Back would have been Johnny Rodgers in Montreal, though Campana was a close second in 1972. In his rookie season, Campana had 74 carries for 365 yards and caught 45 passes for 719 yards. Campana also added another 678 yards on kickoff returns. Campana was named a West All-Star in 1972 at running back as there was no Wing Back position for All-Star selection. The Wing Back position continued to evolve through the mid 1970s into the modern Slotback. Campana's rushing attempts dropped to 20 in 1973, but he upped his receptions to 57 catches for 910 yards. Campana's totals dropped to 37 catches for 505 yards in 1974, but he bounced back to catch 52 and 51 passes in the next two seasons. In his final season in 1977, Campana was limited by injuries to 9 games but caught 27 passes for 317 yards.