Getting to Know: Cameron Ford

Wake Forest tight end Cameron Ford, who wasn't used often in the passing game, had a predraft workout with the Packers.
May 10, 2012

Signing Day: Cameron Ford

Tight end prospect Cameron Ford officially became a Demon Deacon on Wednesday as he signed with Wake Forest.
February 7, 2007

"I Can't Imagine Going Anywhere Else..."

A week ago, recently committed tight end Cameron Ford made his official visit to Wake Forest. The 6'4, 212-pound athlete enjoyed his visit and spoke with DeaconSports afterwards concerning his trip.
January 21, 2007

Deacons Add SC Tight End

Wake Forest filled one more spot in their 2007 recruiting class as they picked up versatile tight end prospect out of Anderson, South Carolina. This past week, Cameron Ford committed to the Wake Forest football program.
January 4, 2007

Deacs Lead For SC Athlete

A versatile athlete out of T.L. Hanna High School in South Carolina, Cameron Ford participated in the Shrine Bowl this past week, an All-Star game matching up North Carolina's best against South Carolina's best. Throughout the week of practice, Ford proved one thing – he belonged.
December 17, 2006

Shrine Bowl Day 1 Morning Notebook

ROEBUCK, S.C. -- The Shrine Bowl morning workout got off early this morning with each team quickly moving into their offensive and defensive sets. Here are some news and notes from the morning practices.
December 11, 2006

Cameron Ford Media Gallery

LAURENS, S.C. -- Cameron Ford played a big role in the T.L. Hanna win last Saturday in a 7-0 defensive struggle over Laurens. Ford finished with several tackles and a key reception in the game tough game. Here are some highlights and photos from the game.
November 1, 2006

Pack Leads for Ford

Under head coach Chuck Amato, NC State has had limited success in South Carolina but that hasn't stopped the Wolfpack from recruiting the Palmetto State. One prospect south of the border that the Pack is keeping an extremely close eye on is TE Cameron Ford from TL Hanna High School in Anderson, SC.
October 9, 2006