"I wanted him to be more aggressive when we went into the summer," said Albany City Rocks program director Jim Hart. "I think he did that. Sometimes he's too cautious with the ball. He's always done a good job taking care of the ball and being responsible."
Kameron loves to get his teammates involved in the action, a smart lead guard he is. "I thought he had a great summer," Hart said.
He also does a nice job making steals. "He had twice as many steals as our next player," Hart said.
One of the reasons why he does a good job defensively is his wing span. Hart said it stretches to 6-foot-8 due to his long arms.
Kameron has two more seasons to polish his game as he enters his junior season. But the interest picked up after his summer.
"Holy Cross, Delaware, Ball State, American, William & Mary, and George Mason are the schools I know that showed interest," said Hart.