Bootleg Video: Cameron Ely

One of the names you may have been surprised not to see at Stanford's Junior Day this past Sunday was Cameron Ely. The 6'6" Santa Barbara slinger was in the Bay Area all weekend but was occupied that day at a quarterbacking combine. We caught up with him Saturday at the Stanford Nike Camp, when he told us of his Friday unofficial visit. Click inside to get updated on all of Ely's latest.

The quarterback crop at Saturday's Nike Camp was below what we have come to expect through the years, but Ely is one of the standout signal callers Stanford has been recruiting for some time and was in attendance.  He once was a kid on the radar of primarily Pac-10 teams but now has widened his scope to some schools back East.

To learn about what is happening with the Santa Barbara slinger this spring, and what college camp and visit plans he is formulating for the summer, check out our two-part video interview taken Saturday, just before the agility and position drills at the combine.  Ely also talks about his time spent unofficially visiting The Farm one day earlier, including a sit-down with head coach Walt Harris.  Then give a gander to a few quick clips of the 6'6" quarterback throwing the ball during the last stage of the Nike Camp.

Cameron Ely Scout Profile

Interview with The Bootleg (Part I)
Interview with The Bootleg (Part II)
In action at the Stanford Nike Camp


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