"It was a whole lot easier the second time around," Cameron said via telephone. "The first time I rushed it and didn't know what I wanted."
The Leeds (Ala.) High product initially committed to Clemson before publicly withdrawing his verbal pledge. Cameron ranked No. 40 in our most recent Top 100.
"I've been able to spend time in Knoxville and I got a chance to meet the staff. I want to play in the SEC and I can push [Tennessee] over the edge.
"I think I'm their No. 1 recruit."