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  Ronnie Cameron

Ronnie Cameron

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RS Senior

Westbury, N.Y.

High School:
Holy Trinity

Last College:

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 295



MBA/Information Technology


Burnette, Wilkins, Sign NFL Free Agent Contracts

Chris Burnette signed with the Miami Dolphins while Craig Wilkins signed with the Seattle Seahawks


Ronnie Cameron Named The Roanoke Times Defensive Player of the Year

Five Monarchs Earn All-State Honors


Cameron, Plisco Named Second Team All-Americans by Phil Steele

Monarch Duo Earns Their Fourth National Distinction for the 2011 Season


Ronnie Cameron Honored With Elite Defensive Tackle Award

Senior Defensive Tackle Honored By College Football Performance Awards


Cameron, Plisco Named All-Americans By The Sports Network

Cameron Named First Team; Plisco Earns Second Team Honors


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Earned Six All-America distinctions his senior season as he lead the Monarchs to a 10-3 overall mark, 6-2 record in their first season in the CAA, not only ODU's first appearance in the Top 25 polls, but a Top-10 ranking and a second round playoff appearance....
AFCA First Team All-American...The Sports Network First Team All-American...Beyond College Sports Network First Team All-American...AP Second Team All-American...Phil Steele Second Team All-American...Honorable Mention All-American by College Sporting News...CAA Defensive Player of the Year... Virginia Defensive Player of the Year by The Roanoke Times...First Team All-CAA...First Team All-State - by The Roanoke Times ...2011 Elite Defensive Tackle Award by College Football Performance Awards...Selected to the 14th Annual Football Championship Subdivision Athletics Directors Association Academic All-Star Team...Second on the Monarch squad with 73 tackles (28 solo, 45 assisted) along with a team-leading 17 tackles for loss and 6.5 sacks...Averaged 5.6 tackles per game, which was fourth among defensive lineman in the CAA....Finished second in the league in tackles for loss averaging 1.31 per contest...Captured a career-high 11 tackles along with a season-high 3.5 tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks against CAA Champion Towson...Also made 10 stops with three for loss against James Madison in ODU's first top-10 victory... Performance on the defensive line helped the Monarchs rank second in the league at the close of the regular season in rushing defense allowing 122.55 yards per contest...Named to the Defensive Tackle Watch List by the College Football Performance Awards...Phil Steele Preseason All-CAA First Team....Named the College Football Performance Awards National Defensive Lineman of the Week in Week Nine...

Named "Transfer to Watch" by the Sports Network...Started all 11 games at tackle...Second on the ODU defense with 72 tackles (28 solo, 44 assisted)...Tied for eighth among FCS defenders in tackles for loss...Made 19 tackles for a loss of 70 yards, averaging 1.73 TFL's a game...Second on the Monarchs with 5.5 sacks...Pushed opponent quarterbacks back 39 yards...Led ODU with eight QB hurries...Forced fumbles against VMI and N.C. Central...Career-high 14 tackles in season finale at N.C. Central...Recovered a fumble against the Keydets...

2009 (HOFSTRA):
Appeared in 10 games...Made 26 tackles on the year (13 solo, 13 assisted), including 3 ½ tackles for loss to push back opponents a total of 12 yards...

2008 (HOFSTRA):
CAA Academic All-Conference and Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll selection...Played in 12 games and started two as a red-shirt freshman...Recorded four solo tackles and nine assisted stops for 13 total tackles...Made three tackles (2-1) against Albany...Assisted on two tackles at James Madison...Also notched two tackles (1-1) at Bucknell and Massachusetts...Posted 1 ½ tackles for losses on the year including a solo TFL against Albany...

2007 (HOFSTRA):
Red-shirted as a freshman and did not play...

Was a member of the football and track and field teams at Holy Trinity High School in Hicksville, New York...All-league first team selection for the Titans...Selected to Prepster All-Region team...Named to Senior Bowl and Outback Bowl teams...Chosen team Most Valuable Player...Recorded 97 tackles, 22 tackles for losses, six sacks, forced four fumbles and recovered two fumbles as a senior in 2006.

Born August 15, 1989...son of Ronnie and Ritha Cameron...has one brother and one sister... served as a volunteer at the United Methodist Church, homeless shelters and at the Westbury Recreation Center...Volunteered at Leesville Middle School and Larchmont Recreation Center...Speaker at the Black Male Summit...Graduated in December of 2011 with a Master's of Business Administration.

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