While we’re on the subject of Devin Barclay-era U.S. youth internationals—that old chestnut—check out this article from the Nov. 11, 2002, New York Times:
Of the former U of Michigan and Columbus Crew striker, Bell writes “…there is little doubt he is a finisher – the personification of a scorer in soccer. … At 6 feet 3, 210 pounds, Cameron, who can play midfield or striker, is one of the team’s strongest players and clearly has the speed and size to play professionally.”
A serious knee injury in his senior year in Ann Arbor 86’d Cameron’s MLS draft stock, and the crew nabbed him in the fourth round of the 2005 SuperDraft. He played 30 games for Columbus, scoring four goals. He’s currently 26, like Barclay, and toiling with the Michigan Bucks of the USL Premier Development League.