"They've been on him for so long and he had a lot of good offers," Ritchie Davis, of the Wiscosin Playground Warriors, said. "He didn't want to wait around and one of the things when we talked about, at the end of the day he didn't want his dad to have to give up being a high school basketball coach to follow him around."
Cerroni picked UW-GB over offers from Bradley, Loyola-Chicago, Oakland, Portland and UW-Milwaukee. He also had interest coming in from Butler, Creighton, Davidson, George Mason, Northern Iowa, Northwestern and SMU.
"I'd say the number one thing that came down to was the relationship that they built with Tod Kowalczyk. They offered him a scholarship the spring of Kameron's freshman year and they were at every single one of our games over the past two years. They've certainly put in their time."
Cerroni, a 6-foot-2 SG, was a First Team All-State performer last year and led the state of Wisconsin in scoring, with an averaged of 26.2 points per game.