During his recent attendance at Arkansas senior camp, Cameron turned heads by posting a personal best in the forty, running it in "4.3 flat." Cameron said his hamstring is now at "100%" and acknowledged his coach for all his help during his rehabilitation. "I give him the credit for helping me workout and keeping me healthy."
Since his last update, Cameron has added Memphis to his favorites list, which is already populated by Georgia Tech, Tennessee, Arkansas, and Duke. Cameron stated, "As far as me looking at academics, Georgia Tech is definitely in the lead, but as far as me having a favorite, I don't have a favorite yet. It's kind of a toss up between all those schools."
Despite updating his favorites list, Cameron is in no rush to make a decision. He said he expects to make his decision, "around maybe December or January". After this weekend, Cameron doesn't have any more official or unofficial visits scheduled with any school at this time because of previous obligations. "I'll be running indoor track so I have to work around their schedule."
When asked to describe what type of player the school he chooses will get, Cameron had this to say: "I'm very friendly. I love to be around people. I respect the fans. I know if it wasn't for the fans there wouldn't be any players. Any school that gets me, I can honestly say they'll get a great player, a playmaker who's willing to listen and learn." Cameron's positive attitude and "coachability" are assets that any coach would love to have on their team.