2010: Cameron, who has also played basketball in college, could end up starting at tight end as a senior in 2010 after moving over from wide receiver prior to 2010 spring practice and adapting well.
2009: Cameron was a reserve wide receiver as a junior in 2009. He appeared in 5 games (San Jose State, Oregon State, Arizona State, Stanford, Arizona), but did not catch a pass.
2008: Cameron, who transferred to USC as a sophomore in the fall of 2008 from a junior college, was a reserve wide receiver in 2008. He also worked some at tight end. He saw brief action in 6 games (Virginia, Oregon, Arizona State, Washington, California and Notre Dame) in 2008, but did not make a catch. He missed the Washington State game because he was sick.
BASKETBALL: After the 2008 football season, he joined the Trojan basketball team. He played briefly in 3 games, but did not score.
JUNIOR COLLEGE: He was a 2007All-Western State Conference Pacific Division honorable mention pick as a freshman tight end at Ventura (Calif.) Junior College. He caught 22 passes for 348 yards (15.8 avg.) with 5 TDs in 2007 as Ventura went 8-3, captured the WSC Pacific Division title and won the Southern California Bowl.
BYU: He redshirted the 2006-07 season at BYU as a first-year freshman forward on the men's basketball team (he did not play football there in 2006).
HIGH SCHOOL: He made the 2005 Prep Star All-West, Los Angeles Daily News All-Area second team and All-Marmonte League first team as a senior wide receiver at Newbury Park (Calif.) High. He caught 73 passes for 1,022 yards (14.0 avg.) with 12 TDs in 2005.
As a junior in 2004, he made All-Marmonte League first team.
He also starred in basketball at Newbury Park, where he averaged 21.1 points, 7.3 rebounds, 3.1 assists, 3.0 steals and 0.8 blocks as a 2006 senior. He was the 2006 Ventura County Basketball Coaches Association Player of the Year and was named All-Ventura County Star first team, All-CIF Division III first team and All-Marmonte League first team.
As a junior in 2005, he averaged 18.6 points, 6.6 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 2.1 steals and 0.9 blocks while earning All-Ventura County second team, All-North Los Angeles Region first team and All-Marmonte League first team honors.
He also played volleyball at Newbury Park.
PERSONAL: He's a sociology major at USC. His sister, Brynn, was a guard on the USC women's basketball team (2005-09). His grandfather, Jack Cravens, played basketball and baseball at BYU (1957-59).