QB Cameron Set For Tuesday Announcement

QB Cameron Set For Tuesday Announcement

Jupiter stand-out Tyler Cameron has over 20 offers and is ready to make his college decision. The 3-star quarterback will be choosing between four schools USF, LSU, Purdue and Illinois, and will make his announcement Tuesday. He talks about it here.

Tyler Cameron, a 6'3, 215 pound quarterback at Jupiter high school that has accumulated over 20 offers has decided that he's ready to make his college decision.

"I'll be committing on Tuesday," said Tyler Cameron. "It will be between USF, LSU, Purdue, and Illinois."

The standout QB has an impressive list of offers including ones from Boston College, LSU, Tennessee, Wake Forest, Cincinnati, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisville, Memphis, Michigan State, North Carolina State, Purdue, Rutgers, South Florida, and Central Florida, before narrowing his choices down to his top four.

"With USF, I have this great relationship with the coaching staff, and with LSU, it's just the opportunity to play out there in that environment would be great. With Purdue I have a good relationship with them, and the same with Illinois, I've been talking with them forever."

Cameron will be announcing his decision On Tuesday at the Jupiter Community Park and he won't be alone as he'll be joined by Jupiter Christian quarterback Kedric Bostic who will also be making his choice.

"We're doing the second day of pop Warner football. Me and my best friend Kedric are both making our commitments together," said Cameron. "We grew up together and have played together and we're doing it out there because that's where we started playing football. So we figured that be a good place to do it."

While going through the recruiting process Cameron knew what he was looking for in a college.

"I'm looking for a good situation at quarterback and a chance to play," Cameron said. "Where I get along with the coaches, and I'm looking for a place where I can feel comfortable at for the next four to five years."

The Jupiter QB only played seven games due to a shoulder injury, but still threw for approximately 850 yards and seven touchdowns, while rushing for over 600-yards and scored six touchdowns.

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