OUA, AUS schools on DL Smith’s radar

 

Titans’ standout mulling options

Northeast Kings Titans defensive end Cameron Smith always likes a challenge.

Cameron Smith

Positions:
Defensive Line (End), Longsnapper

Height/Weight:
6’2, 230 lbs

Teams:                                                                                                                                                    
Northeast Kings Titans (high school: NSSAFFL)
Valley Bulldogs (Minor: NSMFA)

Commitment:
None

Official Visits:
None

Consideration:
Western, Saint Mary’s, St. Francis Xavier, Acadia, Mount Allison, Open

Class:
2017

 

Cameron has been been playing since he was twelve years old. He started out with the Valley Bulldogs of the Nova Scotia Minor Football Association (NSMFA).

The defensiive lineman has just completed his first year with Northeast Kings Titans of the Nova Scotia Student Athletic Federation Football League (NSSAFFL).

Overall, he chose to play the sport because he was seeking a new challenge.

“I was looking for something different than soccer or hockey and growing up in the Annapolis Valley, those are the two most popular sports,” says Cameron, who has received honours during his career including Lineman of the Year and NSSAFFL All-Star selection.

He has had great support on and off the field and notes his parents for always being there for him.

“He [Cameron’s father] supported me through every thing from driving me to every practice, to being on the side line cheering me on every game,” the Titans lineman says. “My mom was also a huge supporter in me playing football, though she’s only been to one of my games, she’s always been there when it was needed.”

Last year, Cameron experienced a memorable gridiron experience.

“The highlight of my last season would have to be playing for team Nova Scotia, I grew so much not only as a player but as a person,” he says.

As for the recruitment process, the Titans standout is excited and it has been a motivational tool.

“Recruitment for me has been great, being in grade 10 and getting emails form different school showing interest proves to me that the hard work is paying off,” says Cameron, who is interested in Western, Acadia, Saint Mary’s, Mount Allison and StFX.

Overall, Cameron is starting to understand the dedication and necessary preparation needed to become an elite player.

“i do my best to stay on a pretty clean diet,” says the Titans lineman.  “As well as getting into the gym as often as possible.”

 

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