10 Cameron Jones
10 Cameron Jones
Height: 6-4
Weight: 190
Year: Sr.-3L
Hometown: Los Angeles, Calif.
High School: Los Alamitos
Position: G

Lou Henson Mid-Major All-America Selection

Lowe's Senior CLASS Award Finalist - One of 10 National Finalists

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“To me, no matter who we play against, we're not going to face somebody better than he is, especially on offense. He has such a unique way of playing. He scores inside the three-point line, and for a perimeter player, that's different these days. "Cameron Jones doesn't get the credit he deserves. I would put him against any of the great guards who are playing college basketball right now."

-- Arizona Head Coach Sean Miller

ACADEMIC NOTES: Majoring in history with a minor in anthropology… Chosen to the 2009-10 National Association of Basketball Coaches Honors Court…Three-time Big Sky All-Academic team and Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award (2008-10)...Named to the Principal's Honor Roll in high school.

FUN FACT: Cousin Landry Fields played at Stanford and was a second-round (9th pick) by the New York Knicks in 2010.

NBA DRAFT: Declared for the 2010 NBA Draft before withdrawing to return for his senior season.

TEAM NOTES: NAU went 19-12 on the season and was the No. 4 seed in the Big Sky Tournament after finishing 9-7 in league play. The Lumberjacks advanced to the Big Sky semifinals before losing to eventual champion Northern Colorado 73-70 on their home court. NAU is the second-best three-point shooting team in the country entering the Final Four at 42.3 percent and rank fourth overall in field goal percentage.

CAREER NOTES:  2011 Lou Henson Mid-Major All-America Selection… Lowe's Senior CLASS Award Finalist - One of 10 National Finalists…2011 Reese’s College All-Star Game participant…All-time leading scorer in school history with 1,643 points (14th-best in Big Sky history)...Broke mark with basket at 9:05 mark of the second half against Northern Colorado....One of four players to score 1,500 or more points in school history and first to eclipse 1,600 points...Also holds career records in field goals (1st, 629), field goal attempts (2nd, 1,309) and ranks among career leaders in three-point field goal percentage (10th, .413) and games played (2nd, 119)...Three-time All-Big Sky selection...Unanimous selection to the 2010 and 2011 All-Big Sky first teams...2009 All-Big Sky second-team selection...Scored 20 or more points 37 times in his career, including 16 times in 2010-11...Scored 30 or more two times (Montana, Idaho State)...Four-time Big Sky Player of the Week selection (Feb. 23, 2009; Jan. 18, 2010; Jan. 10, 2011; Feb. 21, 2011)...Three-time recipient of the Joe Rolle Most Valuable Player Award, the first player to win the award three times.

2010-11 HONORS: 2011 Lou Henson Mid-Major All-America Selection… Lowe's Senior CLASS Award Finalist (One of 10)... 2011 Reese’s College All-Star Game participant…2011 NABC All-District 6 second-team...Was one three unanimous selections to the 2011 All-Big Sky first team and the only two-time selection...2011 Big Sky All-Tournament team...Named to Global Sports All-Tournament team...Two-time Big Sky Player of the Week...Named Big Sky Player of the Week on Jan. 10., averaging 31.5 points, 5.5 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game in games against Idaho State and Weber State...Named Big Sky Player of the Week on Feb. 21., averaging 23 points, six rebounds and 4.5 assists per game as the Lumberjacks beat Eastern Washington 83-74 and topped Cal Poly of the Big West Conference 59-56.

SINGLE SEASON CHARTS: Scored 640 points on the season, breaking the school record set by Kyle Landry in 2007-08 of 561...First player in school history to score 500 or more points twice and fourth overall to reach 500 points in a season...Set single season marks for fields goals (623), field goal attempts (1,296), minutes played (1,045).

2010-11: Started all 32 games...Averaged 20.0 points per game, ranking second in the Big Sky and 20th in the NCAA (As of 3/10)...Also ranked among league leaders in field goal percentage (13th, 45.6/141st in Division I), assists (7th, 3.2), free throw percentage (6th, 79.7/141st in Division I) and three-point field goal percentage (40.7, 9th)... Scored 20 or more 16 times and 30 or more two times...Scored 10 or more points in 31 of 32 games (18 consecutive) and 47 of the last 48 dating to 2009-10…Made 24-of-47 three-pointers (51.1%) in conference play, the second-best percentage... Hit game-winner against Cal Poly with three-pointer with one second left for 59-56 victory...Scored 27 against Eastern Washington with a season-high tying 11 free throws and career-high tying nine rebounds... Notched 28 points at Idaho State...Reset career-high for second time in three games with 37 points against Idaho State...Hit game-tying three-pointer to send the game into overtime with nine seconds left...Had a then career-high 30 points at Montana...Had 27 points against Texas-Pan American and at Arizona...Scored 23 points at Pepperdine.

2009-10 (JUNIOR): 2010 All-Big Sky first team selection...Received Joe Rolle Most Valuable Player Award at team banquet…Named to West Coast Classic All-Tournament team...Named Big Sky Player of the Week on Jan. 18...Starter in all 28 games...Averaged a team-best 19.3 points (2nd in Big Sky/39th in Division I), the fourth-best single-season in school history, and 20.7 points in league play (T2nd in Big Sky)...Finished the season with 541 points, the third-best total in school history…Only player in the Big Sky Conference to rank among the top 16 in points, rebounds, assists and field goal percentage...Ranked among Big Sky leaders in points (19.3, 2nd), rebounds (4.6, 16th), assists (2.8, 11th), field-goal percentage (50.2, 9th/76th in Division I), free throw percentage (73.9, 13th) and three-point percentage (42.3, 7th)...Scored 20 or more points in 15 games on the season...Reached double figures in 26 of 28 games (@Montana State, @Colorado State) and 17 consecutive games overall to end the season...Named Big Sky Player of the Week on Jan. 18...Averaged 26 points, seven rebounds and three assists per game in wins over Eastern Washington and Portland State...Made 21-of-28 shots from the field (.750 percent) and both of his 3-point attempts...Connected on 12-of-15 shots and scored 28 points with nine rebounds, two assists and two steals in victory over Eastern Washington...Followed with a 24-point, seven-rebound, and four-assist effort in the win over Portland State, snapping the Vikings' 13-game home court winning streak...Reset career-high with 29 points at Arizona...Had 23 points against Fresno State...Scored 25 points on 9-of-14 shooting at Texas-Pan American...Had 28 points against Northern New Mexico with a career-best tying four three-pointers.

2008-09 (SOPHOMORE): Received Joe Rolle Most Valuable Player Award at team banquet…All-Big Sky second team selection…ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District 8 nominee...Named Big Sky Conference Player of the Week (Feb. 23)…Saw action in all 27 games with 23 starts (2 consecutive)...Averaged a team-best 12.7 points (7th in the Big Sky) with 2.5 rebounds and 2.8 assists (12th in Big Sky)...Fifth in Big Sky with 15.6 points per game in league play...Ranked third in the Big Sky in 3-pt field goal percentage (44.4) and sixth in field goal percentage (51.2)...Reset or tied single-game bests for points, rebounds, steals, assists, steals...Reset single-game best for points three times... Made 13 consecutive free throws  at one point, shooting 76.5 percent for the season...Scored 20 or more points in six games...Had top 12 scoring games and top four rebounding games...Scored in double figures in 17 games overall...Had a career-best with 28 points against Sacramento State...Scored 22 points with a career-best eight assists against Montana State...Had career game at Northern Colorado with 25 points and a career-tying five rebounds with four three-pointers including game-tying shot with 14 seconds left...Played 55 minutes in 4OT game against Portland State, scoring 21 points with six rebounds and a career-best six steals...Hit two free throws with 10 seconds left in the first overtime to tie the score at 64-64...Made a layup with 18 seconds left, stole the ball, and hit a short jumper with one second left to tie the game at 84, forcing a fourth overtime...Scored seven of team’s nine points in the third OT period...Had 21 points at Montana...Scored a then career-high 14 points at UC Riverside...Had 13 points against North Dakota State...Tied his career-high with six assists against Haskell.

2007-08 (FRESHMAN): Saw action in 31 games with one start (Montana)...Averaged 3.9 points and 2.2 assists...Scored in 26 of 31 games played...Scored four points in first career start against Montana...Scored a season-high 13 points against Adams State College and Haskell...Did not play against Wichita State.

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2007 graduate of Los Alamitos High School…Played for coach Russ May…Named All-CIF first-team selection and Sunset League Most Valuable Player…Also chosen All-Orange County and to the Press Telegram Dream Team first team…Helped Los Alamitos High School to a 29-5 record in 2006-07 and led his team to the CIF Southern California Regional Division I first-round...Averaged a team-best 18.1 points per game and 3.6 rebounds, shooting 54 percent from the field and 81 percent from the line…Scored in doubles figures in 30 of 33 games played, while reaching 20 or more points 13 times…Scored a season-best 36 points against Leuzinger High School, making 14 shots from the field and going 7-or-9 from the line with eight assists…Also led his team in assists and steals…Helped team set school record for wins in a season, points in a game and two CIF championships.

PERSONAL: Born Cameron Scott Jones May 4, 1989 in Fort Lewis, Wash…Son of Patricia and Timothy Jones…Has one older sister, Taryn, and two younger brothers, Samuel and Timothy…Plans to become a high school history teacher.