Prospect Video | Dazmon Cameron, OF Eagles Landing Christian (GA) Academy


Prospect Video

Dazmon Cameron, OF Eagles Landing Christian Academy
McDonough, GA


H: 6’0″ W: 185

Daz CameronDazmon Cameron is the son of long time MLB OF Mike Cameron and shows all of the tools that his father flashed during his professional career. Daz is a sub 6.7 in the 60 yard dash and his bat speed is already elite for his age group, though he is on the older side for the 2015 class. This is actually his 3rd WWBA and he’s proving to be the best of his 2015 class and holding onto the ranking based on tools across the board that make the total OF package.

Cameron has a short balanced approach as a right handed hitter at the plate lacing gap to gap and showing the bat speed that could translate into plus power in the future. His frame is still just filling out but he’s added 30+ lbs since his first WWBA in 2011. The is more room on his frame to pack on weight as well, but you can see his frame coming into form already.

With the bloodlines and see it now ability, he looks to be a CF with an above average arm or better and should be able to hold onto the CF spot at least early in his career if not for a decade or more.


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I was born and raised in NYC. My father was a diehard Yankees fan but not biased and raised me to love the game more than any one team. For that I'm truly thankful to him. My love for the game runs deep, and after crunching numbers all day long, I tend to spend my nights at the FSL ballparks.


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