Enrolled early at Wake Forest in January of 2012 ... Missed all of spring practice after undergoing shoulder surgery.
Graduated from Jupiter (Fla.) High School in December of 2011 ... Considered a dual-threat quarterback ... Rated the No. 9 dual-threat QB in the nation and No. 50 prospect in Florida by Rivals.com ... Rated No. 39 QB in the nation by ihigh.com ... Selected for the Elite 11 team ... Ranked the No. 3 QB on the Jacksonville Times-Union's Super 75 list for the state of Florida ... Played for legendary Palm Beach County Coach Charlie Persson ... Threw for 1,453 yards and 16 touchdowns as a senior ... Threw for 272 yards and three touchdowns vs. Wellington ... Ran for 128 yards vs. Santaluces with a pair of touchdowns ... Threw for over 400 yards and four touchdowns in a Kickoff Classic win over Palm Beach Lakes ... First team All-Palm Beach County Class 8A by the Palm Beach Post ... Selected for the Nike South Florida All-Star game ... Led the Warriors in both rushing and passing yards as a junior ... Was tutored by former Florida and NFL QB Eric Kresser, who also serves as Jupiter's offensive coordinator ... Had 26 offers including LSU, Michigan State and Tennessee.
Son of Jeff and Andrea Cameron ... Father lettered in football at Florida in 1982 ... Born Jan. 31, 1993.
Quoting the Coach:
"I've been a coach for 35 years and Tyler is, without a doubt, the best all-around football player I've ever coached. He's a tremendous athlete and a great leader who has sacrificed a lot in his career for the team. And besides football, however good he is at football, he's a better person and individual. He has always gone out of his way to help kids who might be less fortunate - it's one of the things we stress in our program. He's blessed with the talent and he knows not everybody else has the chance to play the game. Wake Forest got a steal.
"I think he'll do well with the transition. I know he loves the coaching staff, and [former NFL quarterback and Jupiter offensive coordinator] Eric Kresser really took Tyler's game to the next level last year on recognizing defenses. We really put a lot of pressure on him to make pre-snap reads. He's a kid that just has a great understanding of the game."
- Jupiter High School Head Coach Charlie Persson