Aggie Head Coach Kevin Sumlin was hosted by Cameron Clear's family in Memphis, Tennessee today. Before leaving The Volunteer State, Sumlin sealed the deal with the 6'6" 265-pound tight end.
Coming out of Memphis Central High School in 2011, Clear was ranked as a four-star prospect at both offensive tackle and tight end. The number one player in Tennessee eventually chose the hometown Volunteers over Alabama and saw playing time as a freshman.
After leaving Knoxville due to some legal trouble, Clear landed at Arizona Western College. Clear was ranked again as a four-star, and the number two tight end in junior college by 247Sports' Composite Rankings. His three finalists were Ole Miss, Oklahoma, and A&M. He visited Aggieland for the Sam Houston State game and followed it up with a trip to Norman this past weekend.
The Aggies had a couple of factors favoring them over the second place Sooners. First, Clear made it no secret that he wanted to return to the SEC. Two, his parents were able to accompany him on his trip to College Station but not to Norman.
Cameron's size and athleticism make him very valuable at the line of scrimmage as an extra blocker and he has the hands to create mismatches in the passing game. He has three years of eligibility left to play two.
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