Cameron's final stats were 21 points per game, 8 rebounds, 3 steals and 3 assists. He will make his official visit to Provo this weekend.
"I'm really excited to go to Provo this weekend." Cameron said. "I will be able to see them play New Mexico. I haven't seen a game at BYU since I was little. Plus, I've never been to BYU when school was in session. I'm also looking forward sitting in on some classes."
Cameron said he has been real impressed following the Cougars this season.
"The team is doing really well," Cameron said. "If fun watching them do what they have done as underdogs."
Cameron said he has already started working to improve his game for next season at BYU. He is also starting volleyball for his school where he starts at outside hitter. He has a 38-inch vertical leap, but he only plays volleyball for fun and has no intention of playing volleyball at BYU.
Cameron said that the coaches have kept in regular contact with him and that Coach Rose and Coach Wardenburg have been out to seem his high school team play twice this season.
"I'm excited to play for BYU," Cameron said. "I work extremely hard and I'm going to bring my aggressive style of play to BYU."
Cameron's little brother was the point guard for the team as a sophomore, and averaged 7 points and 3 assists per game.