Ahh i see... I just thought it was odd that you were posting about players when you said you hadnt seen them play, but i see that you werent really judging them or anything, i also see that you're location is Houston, so yea i kinda jumped to conclusions and hopefully you get to see these guys play soon!!!
Since Cameron's uncles are posting on this and I don't want to be left out... I'm gona put in my two cents. I am Cameron's auntie (married to his uncle, Matthew). Matthew, Jeff and I were all at Iowa State until 2003 which is part of how he ended up in Iowa from Illinois. (I think someone asked that).
Like Jeff said, Cameron is on an academic scholarship, he's a George Washington Carver Scholar because he's smart like that :-) ISU is an excellent school academically with an historically strong walk on program. ISU was a great choice for Cameron.
We all love Cameron and we're very proud of him on an off of the court. He is a very bright kid and I think that shows in the way he plays.
If we had known he was going to be playing so much, we could have planned to come and see him. Maybe we still can!
We can tell you are a close family auntie, that is way cool. Welcome to the board to all 3 of you and hope you visit often. Cameron is a cool kid, reminds me of Diante Garrett in that he is tall, skinny and quick enough to steal the basketball.
This could be a great story for us older grads to watch, a kid from Chicago walks on at ISU, kind of reminds me of another great Chicago walk on Jeff Hornecik. Jeff could be our best known NBA player of all time.
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