Cameron Malveaux
    Cameron Malveaux


    Beaumont, Texas

    High School:
    Hamshire Fannett

    Height / Weight:
    6-6 / 252


    2013: Played in 12 games as a reserve defensive end ... finished the year with 12 tackles ... had a career-high four tackles against both Southern and Rutgers ... recovered a fumble against UCF.

    2012: Redshirted.

    High School: Developing defensive end prospect that has excellent measurables with his 6-foot-6 frame ... Played defensive end and tight end ... Caught for 272 yards and three scores as a senior ... Added 74 tackles along the defensive line ... Also throws the discuss and shot in track ... Just 17-years-old and was a First Team All-District selection on both the gridiron and on the hardwood ... Received the Longhorn Pride Award from his high school ... Won his school's top defensive lineman award ... Was his school's top defender in basketball as well ... Was the MVP of the Bill Tennison Memorial Tournament, scoring 20 points and grabbing 11 rebounds in the championship game ... Selected as the MVP of the 2011 Orangefield Basketball Tournament ... Won the Hamshire-Fannett Outstanding Student-Athlete Award ... Member of the HFHS Student Council and Chess Club ... Played for Head Coach Don Price at Hamshire Fannett.

    Personal: Undecided on a major.

    Cameron Malveaux's Career Bests
    4, 2x, last at Rutgers (2013)
    Fumbles Recovered:
    1, UCF (2013)
    1, Rice (2013)


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