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June-July 2012

The Wolverine: Covering University of Michigan Football and Sports

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New Jersey Forward Reggie Cameron Is Still An Option Paterson (N.J.) Hudson Catholic product Reg- gie Cameron, a skilled but not overly athletic 6-8, 220-pounder with a high basketball IQ. That's one of the primary reasons Michigan has been following him closely over the past several months. Cameron averaged 21 points and 10 re- Pure shooting prospect is how some describe bounds per game as a junior, shooting 50 percent from the floor and doing plenty of damage behind the arc. He shot 55 percent from three-point range in an April Nike AAU tournament, going 5 of 5 in one contest. Cameron acknowledges he still has work to do if he's going to play on the wing in college. That's his goal, he said, and the wishes of sev- eral coaches recruiting him. "I might not be the most athletic person, but I want to show coaches I can play anywhere with anybody and can be a three in college, Cameron said. "My freshman year at Paterson Catholic, I played on a team with [Rutgers point guard] Myles Mack and [UCLA signee] Kyle Anderson. I stood around and shot the ball. Now I'm trying to do a lot more stuff and become a complete player.'s No. 136 player in the 2013 class currently holds " offers from Miami, Villanova, Florida, Xavier, Cincinnati, DePaul, Seton Hall, Rutgers, Providence, Northwestern and West Vir- ginia. Michigan has yet to extend an offer, but one could well Cameron, a 6-8, 220-pound for- ward, posted averages of 21 points and 10 rebounds per game as a junior. PHOTO COURTESY RIVALS.COM be forthcoming when he visits the campus this summer. He's thinking about taking a few more trips before narrowing his list midway through the summer. "Right now everybody is the same, "No one school talks to me the most." " he said. anyone, he admitted. "I saw four or five of their games this year, Michigan, though, is recruiting him as hard as Cameron said. "They spread the court and get their shooters open shots. They are really smart and well coached. I've talked to both Coach [John] Beilein and Caoch [Bacari] Alexander. They're both really great guys. with both, most likely, before he comes to a decision. "I'm definitely interested in Michigan. My He'll have plenty more conversations " " coached against my dad when he was at LeMoyne. My dad played at Adelphi. My dad didn't realize he was the coach at the time until they talked. parents love the school, and I like it a lot from what I've seen, " Cameron said. "Coach Beilein it to campus. Either way, he'd like to take all five official visits before deciding in November at the latest, prior to his team's first game. That's likely one thing they'll discuss when Cameron makes " — Chris Balas MICHIGAN COOLWORKS COOLER • Hard sides made of High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) – a highly durable plastic which is stronger and will withstand temperatures that other plastics can not • Expanded polystyrene insulating core • HDPE medical-grade liner — FDA approved material for direct food contact • 13.9" wide x 13.75" depth x 8" tall - 5 lbs. empty • Two storage compartments for wet & dry storage: 6.5 quarts and 3.5 quarts • This cooler is an eco-friendly product. • Available in two color styles • Holds 12 x 12 oz. can capacity • Built-in handle rotates and locks for carrying • Wrapped with 3M® full vinyl Michigan decal QTY. ITEM# #1425-Blue Cooler: Blue with Maize Block M #1425-Gold Cooler: Maize with Blue Block M SHIPPING & HANDLING $15.00 for one or $20 for more than one. Please allow up to 10 days for delivery. Great for Tailgating! Lunch Box • Tackle Box • Beach Caddy THE WOLVERINE • P.O. BOX 2331 • DURHAM, NC 27702 • 1-800-421-7751 • o My check or money order made payable to THE WOLVERINE is enclosed. DESCRIPTION PRICE $59.95 ea. $59.95 ea. Subtotal Sales Tax: NC 6%, IN 7%, MI 6% Shipping & Handling (see chart) TOTAL CoolWorks Coolers are dropshipped direct from the manufacturer. Returns not related to damage are subject to a restocking fee. 26 THE WOLVERINE JUNE/JULY 2012 TOTAL o Please charge to my: o Visa o MasterCard o AmEx o Discover (Charges Will Appear On Your Statement As Coman Publishing Co.) Card No._________________________________________________ Exp. Date ___________ Name___________________________________________________________ CVN# ______ Address ____________________________________________________________________ City________________________________________ State______ Zip __________________ Daytime Phone # (_______) ___________________________________________________ " $59.95 plus S&H Item #1425-BLUE Blue with Maize Block M Item #1425-GOLD Maize with Blue Block M

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