|High School:||De La Salle HS|
PERSONAL — Born Cameron John Colvin on
OREGON — The pressure to live up to expectations from a decorated prep career, as well as less than a clean bill of health on occasion, have contributed to his own frustrations. Yet has maintained a positive attitude and hasn’t lost his edge to end his collegiate career on a high note. Possessed a great work ethic throughout last winter’s workouts and encountered a consistent spring, leading coaches to consider him the program’s most improved receiver since last fall. Also would enhance his versatility if he were able to master more than one position in the program’s intricate passing game. Recorded position’s best bench press (345 lbs.) at the conclusion of the winter and completed 445-lb. squat during 2005 winter conditioning.
2006 — Hamstring and groin injuries played a large role in his decrease in effectiveness as he was hampered from the outset of fall camp. By the time he could regain his health, playing his way back into shape while regaining his timing became an undertaking. Earned starting berths against
2005 — The 12-game starter finished as team’s fifth-leading receiver while trailing only Terrence Whitehead and Demetrius Williams in scoring catches. Grabbed passes in nine appearances, including a season-high four receptions vs. Houston and Washington. Accumulated a single-game best 63 yards against the Huskies in his third of three efforts greater than 50 yards. Added a fourth touchdown on a 23-yard scoring run at
2004 — Completed first collegiate year sixth on the team in receiving while earning one starting nod at
HIGH SCHOOL — One of Oregon’s most decorated signees in several years, the SuperPrep Elite 50 pick ranked by the magazine as one of California’s top prep prospect as well as the nation’s second-best receiver by Rivals.com. The five-star standout was the leading vote-getter and consensus No. 1 college recruit in the West among the Long Beach Press-Telegram’s Best in the West elite as well as the top choice on the Contra Costa Times’ Cream of the Crop list. Led the Big Valley League with 28 catches for 423 yards and six touchdowns despite playing in only seven of 13 games. Included was a season-high six receptions, 120 yards and two TDs in CIF title game vs.