Cameron Brown

Cameron Brown
Cameron Brown
Cameron Brown
Real Name: Cameron Brown
HT: 5' 9" WT: 155
Age: 31 (03/20/1989)
Birthplace: Garland, Texas
Hometown: Garland, Texas

One-time top prospect who battled years of injuries to make it back to the North Carolina lineup in 2012.

What Scouts Say: "Dealt with a lot of injuries… Had some special plays for them… left-footed, clever, confident on the ball… Did he lose a step after injury? Pre-injury was very good coming out of Solar in Texas ... One of the most decorated players coming out of high school ... Dangerous when he was on the ball. Running at people and quick combinations are his strength ... As far as attitude, he lacked maturity and was prone to receive cards ....The injury has probably humbed him ... Plays underneath as an attacking midfielder and can play wide left ... Does he have the pace to play wide left? Before the injury I'd say yes, after injury I'm not sure... Question with Cam is not his soccer ability, it's his intangibles outside of soccer in terms of his temper, leadership and those things -- whether he can mentally keep it together ... Don't think this season was fully reflective of where he'll end up ... Last couple of years he's been in Carolina Railhawks summer program." 

2012: Played regularly during the first half of the season.

2010 & 2011: Sat out the entire 2010 and 2011 seasons due to a knee injury suffered during the 2010 PDL season • Made Dean's List Fall 2011

2009: Named All-ACC Second Team • Appeared in 21 games, starting 20 in the midfield • Finished the year with five goals, three assists and 13 points • Scored the lone goal in a 1-0 overtime win over Virginia Oct. 2 • Provided a pair of goals including the game winner against Evansville Sept. 6 • Assisted on the lone goal in the third round of the NCAA Tournament win over Indiana Nov. 29 • Put three shots on frame in three different games • Notched three goals in ACC play • Scored the game winner against Duke Sept. 18 • Tallied 46 shots with 22 on goal • Posted 12 points in first 13 games.

2008: Playmaking midfielder jump-started the Carolina attack in 2009 • Started 23 of 24 games • Finished fifth on the team with 11 points on three goals and five assists • Tallied five points over the final eight games of the season • Assisted on Billy Schuler’s game-winner against Jacksonville in the NCAA second round Nov. 25 • Netted goals in back-to-back regular season games against fellow College Cup sides Wake Forest and Maryland • Scored the lone goal at No. 4 Maryland Nov. 7 • Staked Carolina to an early lead with a first-half score against No. 1 Wake Forest Nov. 1 • Also scored versus UNC Asheville Sept. 30 and picked up assists against East Tennessee State, NC State, South Carolina and VCU • Fired 35 shots, putting 15 on goal • Ranked fourth among all Olympic sports male athletes in the SuperRam competition, which measures overall performance by the UNC strength and conditioning staff. 

2007: Saw action in 19 games and made four starts in the midfield • Finished with six points coming from three goals • Scored first career goal with a juke around the goal keeper in 43rd minute in a 1-1 tie against Old Dominion Sept. 2 • Member of Carolina Nike Classic All-Tournament Team for his efforts •  Also scored in a 7-1 win against Liberty Oct. 2 • Final goal came in a 2-1 loss at No. 4 Virginia Oct. 6 in the 75th minute • Took 15 shots on the season •  Put six shots on goal • Named one of “100 Freshmen to Keep An Eye On” by College Soccer News • Member of the U.S. Under-20 National Team pool.

High School/Club: Two-time Parade All-America selection (2006 and 2007) out of Naaman Forest High School... Named to player pool for 2005 Under-17 World Cup in Peru


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