Cameron Set To Visit

NC State will host four-star combo forward Reggie Cameron on Friday for an unofficial visit.

NC State will host four-star combo forward Reggie Cameron on Friday for an unofficial visit. It will be Cameron's first trip to NC State.

"I'm heading down to NC State tonight," he said. "I'll get there tonight, and I think I'm leaving early Saturday morning.

"I'm excited about it. I want to watch a workout or practice and talk to the coaches. I want to check out the campus... things like that."

Cameron, who is being recruited by NC State assistant Rob Moxley, says the Wolfpack is in hot pursuit.

"Coach Moxley and coach Gottfried made sure that they stayed in touch with me," said Cameron. "I like the way they play. Coach Moxley has been checking in with me and showing the interest.

"They have three McDonald's All-Americans coming in so obviously they are going to win a lot of games. They think I can come in and contribute for them so I want to get down there and check them out. You know, meet the players, check out the campus."

At 6-foot-8 and 220 pounds, Cameron is considered to be one of the top shooters in the country. He can also hit the glass, but Cameron is known for his ability to stretch the floor and knock down 3-pointers from all over the court.

"My strength is definitely my ability to shoot the ball and score," he said. "I think I try to use my length to my advantage and stretch the floor. I also feel like I play smarter than other players. I'm still working on my defense right now."

Most schools are recruiting Cameron, who attends Hudson Catholic in Jersey City, New Jersey, as a combo forward. He claims offers from NC State, Oklahoma State, UCONN, Iowa State, Indiana, Villanova, Seton Hall, USC, West Virginia, Florida, Miami, Cincinnati, Xavier, DePaul, Rutgers, Providence, and Northwestern.

Does he have a leader?

"No sir, not right now," said Cameron. "I'm wide open. Honestly, all of the schools that have offered are doing a really good job of staying in touch with me.

"I've got this visit to NC State and then I'm going to try and take some more in the next month or two. I would like to [commit to a college] before my high school season starts up."

Cameron is rated a four-star recruit and the No. 27 power forward in the country by

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