Campbell is a 6'3” sophomore from Houston while Watts, a 6'7” forward hails from Greenville, SC.
Campbell played at McMurry University in Abilene last season.
The Cards are one of the hottest teams in the league at the moment. Trinity Valley has opened the season by going 13-1 overall, 3-0 in Region XIV.
“I think it is pretty obvious now that everyone in the conference is chasing Kilgore, Trinity Valley and Lamar State-Port Arthur,” Bailey said. “They (Trinity Valley) have four or five kids that are special players and Octavius Ellis is solid in all phases of the game.”
Trinity Valley's go-to man is 6'-10” Octavius Ellis.
Ellis has been putting in 14.3 points and 8.3 rebounds a night.
Ellis previously played briefly at Cincinnati, before off-the-court issues led him to Trinity Valley.
In late October, Ellis verbally committed to Arizona State of the Pac 12 Conference.
Bailey noted improved efforts from several Jags in their last game and that fact serves as encouragement to Bailey and staff.
“We have struggled out the gate and we have a lot of brand new guys,” Bailey said. “Both of our point guards have been continuing to learn on the job and their inexperience shows at times.
“But at this point I'm happy to see growth over the prize and, and as I have said all along, I really think come March this team will be right where it needs to be and a lot of that is a tribute to the boys' good character and good attitude.”