UT Mini-Camp Report: Cameron Sexton

North Carolina QB <b>Cameron Sexton</b>, one of just a few signalcallers on the UT coaches' radar, took a flight to Austin to showcase his skills at the Horns' June 6 mini-camp. He left feeling good about his Forty Acres visit as well as his performance. We talk about that (and more) below.

"My trip to Texas went real well," Cameron Sexton said. "I met with Coach Brown, Coach Davis, Coach Kennedy and the strength and conditioning coach, Coach Maddog, on Saturday. I toured the facilities, the campus and then worked out for the coaches on Sunday."

Asked about his performance, Sexton said: "In the morning session, I threw okay. But then in the afternoon session, I settled down and threw lot better. I think I did well."

The Texas coaches told him he'd learn about any offer news "sometime after next week, when all the camps are completed."

"They're definitely up there," Sexton said of the Horns' chances of landing him (should they offer). "It would be a bit to get used to, but the QB situation there is really great. And, I just really liked it out there."

Next on the camp agenda?


Of course, Sexton also got the opportunity to assess the skills of Ryan Perrilloux...

"I met him for the first time. He's a real good kid. I like him a lot. I was really impressed. I mean he has freakish arm strength. He has the strongest arm I've ever seen."

As for who stood out in the WR ranks, the Carolina signal caller said, "They had a real tall kid, David Nelson was his name, and he did good."

Regarding the DBs, Sexton said, "I saw one really good DB, his name was (Brandon) Tatum. He was pretty much shuttin' everybody down. He was real good."

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