|High School:||Howard College/St. John's School|
2015 (at Duke): Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Played in 26 games with eight starts … Started seven games in left field and one in right … Hit .212 (7-for-33) with two doubles and an RBI … Stole three bases, drew four walks and was hit by a pitch twice … Registered a .273 slugging percentage and .333 on-base percentage … Made the first start of his Duke career in center field in the season opener Feb. 13 at California … Knocked his first base hit with the Blue Devils Feb. 15 at California … Belted two doubles in Duke’s 7-4 victory over Richmond April 8 … Elected to the team’s leadership council.
2014 (at Duke): Appeared in seven games … Missed the first third of the season due to a knee injury … Made his Duke debut April 8 against N.C. Central … Totaled nine plate appearances and was hit by a pitch twice … In his second pinch hit at bat, was struck by a pitch to lead off a rally in the bottom of the ninth inning in Duke’s 11-10, come-from -behind victory over then-No. 25 NC State.
2013 (at Howard College): Appeared in 59 games, starting 57 ... Hit .311 with six doubles and two triples ... Ranked second on the team with 25 stolen bases ... Scored a team-high 62 runs and also drove in 28 RBI ... Ranked fourth in the Western Junior College Athletic Conference (WJCAC) in runs scored and third in stolen bases.
2012 (at Tulane): Did not see game action.
High School: Lettered all four years for head coach Tim Riley at the St. John’s School ... Selected as team captain and team MVP during his senior season ... Named to the All-Southwest Preparatory Conference during his sophomore, junior and senior seasons, earning first team honors during his final two years at SJS ... Helped the Mavericks to a 20-14 overall record as a senior, batting .468 with 49 stolen bases and an on-base percentage of .556, with 19 doubles and seven home runs ... Earned Preseason Honorable Mention All-American honors from Perfect Game during his final three seasons ... Invited to the Area Code Games as a junior ... Played his summer baseball for the Columbia Angels ... Also lettered twice in football and all four years in wrestling ... A two-time All-SPC pick in wrestling ... Named all-state in wrestling during his freshman and sophomore seasons on the mat ... Earned a spot at the Prep-National Tournament as a freshman and sophomore in wrestling.
Personal: Born Cameron Fulton Neal on Sept. 25, 1992 in Houston, Texas ... The son of Kristi and Todd Neal ... Has a brother (Preston) and a sister (Kate) ... Pursuing his M.A. in Liberal Studies.