Sunday’s Daily Briefing: Jupiter's Cameron could be only QB to get an FAU offer
Jupiter senior quarterback Tyler Cameron had another good showing at FAU’s Football in Paradise Team Camp on Saturday.
It was almost a repeat of his performance at last year’s team camp when he impressed the Owls’ coaching staff to earn an offer.
A year later, Cameron is still being recruited by FAU.
“I saw them in the spring and I’m still talking to them so, it’s all good,” Cameron said.
The difference is Cameron now holds offers from Boston College, Kentucky, Michigan State, North Carolina State, Purdue Tennessee and Wake Forest - and several others.
If FAU were to somehow land Cameron, the Owls would be glad to have him. If not, does FAU really need a quarterback with five scholarship quarterbacks on the roster next season?
I’m thinking if Cameron commits to the Owls, they would take him, but if not FAU may consider not recruiting a quarterback this year.
Here are some other notes and observations from FAU’s team camp on Saturday...
- The camp started a little late for FAU to make an impression on South Fort Myers cornerback Nate Dortch. Dortch was being heavily recruited by the Owls, but Dortch made a commitment to North Carolina on Thursday, the day before FAU’s camp started.
- The Owls also could have used the camp to get to know safety Jordan Diggs better. Diggs holds an offer from FAU, but wasn’t at the camp this weekend with Bishop Verot because he has transferred to Cape Coral-Island Coast, which is not participating at the team camp.
- The champion of the camp will be determined in a quick tournament beginning at 9:50 a.m.today. Last year’s champion, Port St. Luce Centennial, is back to defend its title.