After missing much of the 2005 season and having three surgeries in 10 months (two shoulders and a knee) and considering retirement, provided the Bears with a boost when he opted to return for the 2006 campaign to complete his career ... a two time all-conference honoree.
2006: An honorable mention All-Pac-10 selection ... started all 11 games in which he played, missing two games with a sprained ankle ... earned the team's Ken Cotton Award as its most courageous player ... had 27.5 knockdown blocks and nine pancakes ... closed the year with 10 knockdowns in the final two games ... had 6.5 knockdowns against Tennessee.
2005: Started the first two games of the year at left tackle before going down with injuries ... returned to start game five against Arizona, but then had season-ending surgery ... played in four games overall.
2004: Claimed the starting left tackle position to open fall camp and excelled on the Bears' line throughout his sophomore campaign ... an honorable mention All-Pac-10 choice ... started all 12 games ... ranked second on the line with 23.5 knockdowns, including five vs. Arizona State and four against UCLA ... also had 17 pancake blocks on the 10-2 squad.
2003: Saw action in five games as a back-up at left tackle.
2002: Signed with the Bears in February 2001, but delayed enrollment until spring 2002 due to a knee injury suffered as a prep ... redshirted the 2002 season.
High School: Earned PrepStar All-America honors, rating as the No. 7 offensive line prospect in the West ... earned first team Sonoma County League honors as a sophomore and junior ... was an all-state underclassman selection as a junior.
Personal: Born March 15, 1983 in Healdsburg, Calif. ... parents are Christopher and Lynda Cameron ... earned his degree in legal studies in December.