2012 Recap: Jordan Cameron will not be getting drafted this season based on what he did last season. I have been watching and waiting for Cameron to get his shot at starting and the opportunity is finally knocking. In 2012, he played in 14 games (6 starts) and caught 20/226/1 (11.3 YPC) on 40 targets (50% catch rate) to finish with just 2.0 FPG. Nothing to write home about, but things are about to change in the Dawg Pound.
What’s Changed: Ben Watson is gone and will allow Cameron to be the clear cut starter. Couple that with the TE friendly offenses that Chud and Norv will bring. We know the philosophy will be a downfield attack and Cameron has matchup nightmare written all over him. At 6’5 254, the former basketball player could be the next big thing at the TE position.
Outlook: With the TE position in flux and not very many good options, there are a lot of guys to take a shot on. Cameron is a guy that I will taking late in drafts, based on opportunity, physical abilities, and coaching philosophy. As long as you understand that this is risk/reward type situation, all systems should be a go.
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