PTS: 23 vs. Mercer (11-21-22)
REBS: 10 at North Carolina (2-12-22), vs. Troy (11-14-22), vs. Purdue (11-30-22)
STLS: 5 vs. Penn (11-10-21), 5 vs. Siena (11-24-22)
ASTS: 3 vs. Morehead State (11-25-20), at Duke (2-19-22), vs. Nebraska (11-27-22)
10 Rebound Games: 2 (10 vs. North Carolina, 2-12-22) (10 vs. Troy, 11-14-22)
4 Steal Games: 4 (5 vs. Penn, 11-10-21), (4 at North Carolina, 2-12-22), (4 at Boston College, 2-21-22), (5 vs. Siena, 11-24-22)
2021-22 ACC Impact Transfer (CBS Sports)
I wear No. 21 at Florida State because that’s the only number I have ever worn – I’ve worn it my whole life and it has gotten me this far.
Michael Snaer, one of the most fearless shooters in school history, is one of 22 players (including Fletcher) who has worn No. 21 in school history. Snaer made himself a Seminole legend during the 2012 and 2013 seasons when he hit what is believed to be an NCAA record six buzzer-beating game-winning shots. Snaer was also named the MVP of the 2012 ACC Tournament as the Seminoles won their first ACC Championship in school history.
My full name is Cam’Ron Nazir Fletcher. I’m named after the rapper, Cameron, who has released 12 albums worldwide. Cam’Ron may be best known for sparking a fashion phenomenon with his pink wardrobe and matching Range Rover.
My hometown Saint Louis, Missouri is easily the best city in the world. I love it because the city loves me; it’s my city.
With one full year of play in Seminoles’ system, Fletcher is the top candidate as the breakout player in the ACC for the 2022-23 season…is Florida State’s third-highest returning scorer for the 2022-23 season as he scored in double figures nine times as sophomore…averaged 12.0 points in his final six games of the 2021-22 season with four double figure scoring games…his first career double double of 16 points and 10 rebounds came on the road at North Carolina as he continued to acclimate himself into ACC play…a transfer student-athlete from the University of Kentucky where he played one season as a freshman during the 2020-21 season…has three seasons of eligibility remaining…selected Florida State over USC, UCLA, Washington, Saint Mary’s (Calif.), San Diego State. Oklahoma State, Marquette, Memphis, Tennessee and Loyola University in Chicago after entering the NCAA Transfer Portal following his freshman season at Kentucky…entered the transfer portal on March 13, 2021 and committed to Leonard Hamilton and Florida State on April 17, 2021…the second of four members of the current Florida State roster who transferred to Florida State via the transfer portal…a very athletic player who can make plays on both ends of the court…a versatile scorer who is known as a tough 3 and D player…has the ability to impact a game in multiple ways…good hands and is frequently on the receiving end of incredibly athletic passes at the rim…has the ability to be a knock down shooter and can score from the 3-point line off of the catch…has an incredibly quick release which allows him to rise above defenders before they can leave the floor…a strong rebounder whose length allows him to get seemingly long caroms off of the rim…an active defender who also utilized his height to challenge defenders on the floor and on their shots…rated as the 37th best prospect in the nation as a high school senior by Rivals and was ranked 59th in the final 2019 ranking by ESPN.com…participated in the 2019 NBA Top 100 Camp in Charlottesville, Va., and played in the 2019 Nike EYBL Tournament in Dallas…played for the Bradley Beal Elite team on the AAU circuit…averaged 12.3 points and 6.4 rebounds during the EYBL regular season during the summer of 2019…earned the Mr. Hustle Award from the Florida State Coaching staff at the Seminoles’ 2022 Honors Banquet.
A near double-double of 9 points and 9 rebounds in the Seminoles’ season-opener against Stetson…1 point and 1 rebound shy of his second career double double against the Hatters (Nov. 7)…totaled double figures with 11 points and 6 rebounds with 2 assists and 1 steal against UCF in Orlando…was one of three Seminoles in double figure scoring against the Knights (Nov. 11)…totaled his second career double double of 15 points and a career-high tying 10 rebounds as a starter against Troy at the Donald L. Tucker Center (Nov. 14)…totaled 4 points and 8 rebounds in Florida State’s game against Florida at home (Nov. 18)…career-high of 23 points with 6 rebounds, 1 assist and 1 blocked shot in Florida State’s victory over Mercer at the Donald L. Tucker Center (Nov. 21)…scored 13 points with a team-high tying 6 rebounds and a career-high tying 5 steals against Siena in the first round of the ESPN Events Invitational (Nov. 24)…totaled 12 points with 5 rebounds, 2 steals, 1 assist and 1 blocked shot against Stanford in the ESPN Events Invitational (Nov. 25)…scored 10 points with a team-leading 8 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals and 1 blocked shot in Florida State’s game against Nebraska in the final round of the ESPN Events Invitational (Nov 27)…a near double double with nine points and a career-high tying 10 rebounds against Purdue in the ACC / Big Ten Challenge at the Donald L. Tucker Center (Nov. 30)…
Averaged 10.0 points (30 total points), 4.3 rebounds (13 total rebounds), 1.0 blocked shots (3 total blocked shots) and 1.0 steal (3 total steals) while shooting .524 from the field (11 of 21) and .333 from the 3-point line (3 of 9) during Florida State’s three-game tour of Canada in August in August of 2022…one of five Seminoles in double figures with 15 points, 5 rebounds, a team-leading 3 blocked shots and 2 steals in Florida State’s 86-66 win over Ottawa in the first game of its three-game Canadian tour…totaled 25 minutes of playing time in making 6 of 10 shots from the field (.600 percent) and 2 of 3 shots from the 3-point line (.667 percent)…of his 5 rebounds, four were on the defensive end of the court…scored 9 points with 4 rebounds in 22 minutes as a starter in Florida State’s 98-64 win over Carleton in the second game of the north of the border tour…scored 7 points in 21 minutes of play as a starter with 4 rebounds and 2 assists in the Seminoles’ 90-74 win over McGill University in the third game of their Canadian Tour…Florida State finished 3-0 with wins over the University of Ottawa, Carleton University and McGill University.
Averaged a career-high 6.8 points (sixth on the team), a career-high 3.4 rebounds (fourth), and a career-high 0.9 steals (fifth) while averaging a career-high 16.3 minutes played per game in his first season at Florida State….helped lead the Seminoles to a 17-14 overall record and a 10-10 conference mark…played in each of Florida State’s first 29 games of the season and played in double figure minutes in 24 of his 29 appearances…his season-high of 33 minutes for 12 points scored came in his first appearance at Cameron Indoor Stadium against Duke (Feb. 19)…scored in double figures in nine games, including five in ACC play…his career-high for points came as he totaled 17 points in Florida State’s 81-80 win over Clemson at the Donald L. Tucker Center…his 17 points with 8 rebounds, 2 assists and 1 steal was one of his best all-around games in his first season as a Seminole…closed his first season well as he averaged 12.0 points scored per game in his final six games of the year with four double figure scoring efforts at North Carolina (16 points and a career-high 10 rebounds), against Clemson (career-high of 17 points), at Duke (12 points) and at Boston College (16 points)…Florida State’s leading scorer on the road at North Carolina for the first time in his career…defensively he led Florida State in rebounds at Pittsburgh (Feb. 9), at North Carolina and in the Seminoles’ win at home against Clemson (Feb 15)…one of six Seminoles to make 20 or more 3-point shots (21) and shot .362 from the 3-point line for the season…multiple 3-point shots made in six different games with his career-high of two 3-point field made coming against Tulane (Nov. 17), Missouri (Nov. 22), Boston University (Nov. 24), Purdue in the ACC / Big Ten Challenge (Nov. 30), at North Carolina and at home against Clemson…shot .500 from the 3-point line (six of 12) in consecutive games against Missouri, Boston University and Purdue as he averaged 9.7 points in leading the Seminoles to win in two of the three games during his streak…finished fifth on the team in steals with his career-high of five coming in his first games as a Seminole against Penn (Nov. 10)…his ACC career-high of four steals came at North Carolina and at Boston College…seven different games with multiple steals…scored 9 points with a career-high 5 steals and 4 rebounds in Florida State’s 105-70 win over Penn at the Donald L. Tucker Center in his Seminole debut…totaled 11 points (on 4 of 5 shooting from the field and 2 made 3-point field goals) with two rebounds in Florida State’s 59-54 win over Tulane in the Donald L. Tucker Center…totaled 12 points with 1 rebound, 1 assist and 1 steal in Florida State’s 81-58 win over Missouri in the championship game of the Jacksonville Classic…scored 11 points with 5 rebounds, 1 assist and 1 steal in Florida State’s 81-80 overtime victory over Boston University at the Donald L. Tucker Center…made two big 3-point shots in the first half to help the Seminoles gain the win…totaled 12 points with 5 rebounds and 1 assist in Florida State’s 97-60 win over Lipscomb at the Donald L. Tucker Center (Dec. 15)…scored 14 points on 6 of 8 shooting from the field with three steals came in Florida State’s 83-81 win over NC State on the road in Raleigh at the PNC Arena…his steal with 8 seconds left to be played, then one of two made free throws gave the Seminoles an 81-78 lead with 4 seconds left which boosted Florida State to the win (Jan. 1)…finished with 6 points and 4 rebounds in Florida State’s 79-78 overtime win over Duke at the Donald L. Tucker Center in Tallahassee (Jan. 18)…totaled 8 points, 4 rebounds and 2 assists in Florida State’s game against Virginia Tech in Tallahassee (Jan. 29)…scored 9 points with 7 rebounds and 1 assist against Pittsburgh at the Donald L. Tucker (Feb. 9)…first career double double with 16 points and 10 rebounds in his first visit to play North Carolina at the Dean E. Smith Center in Chapel Hill (Feb. 12)…totaled 12 points, with 6 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals in his first appearance in Cameron Indoor Stadium against Duke (Feb. 19)…a stat stuffer game with 16 points, 5 rebounds and 4 steals in Florida State’s game against Boston College (Feb. 21)…scored 2 points with 4 rebounds and 3 blocked shots in Florida State’s 64-63 win over Virginia in Charlottesville (Feb. 26)…totaled 9 points and 5 rebounds in Florida State’s 74-70 win over Notre Dame at the Donald L. Tucker Center in Tallahassee (March 2).
Averaged 1.7 points, 1.7 rebounds and shot .538 percent from the field in nine games during his only season at Kentucky…played in nine games with one starting assignment (at Richmond)…averaged 6.7 minutes played with his career-high of 17 minutes played coming in his first career game against Morehead State (Nov. 25)……scored his career-high of nine points on four of five made field goals, pulled down five rebounds and was credited with three assists as the Wildcats defeated the Eagles by an 81-45 margin in the season-opener for both teams…pulled down his career-high of six rebounds against Richmond (Nov. 29) as a starter…saw a minute of action in the Southeastern Conference Tournament game against Mississippi State…scored on a dunk and added a pair of rebounds in the regular-season finale against South Carolina…recorded a career-high two steals and two rebounds vs. North Carolina (Dec. 19).
Graduated from Vashon High School in St. Louis in 2020..averaged 20.6 points, 9.8 rebounds and 2.7 blocks per game as a senior…earned All-American Honorable Mention honors as a senior as named by MaxPreps…named as the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association Class 4 Player of the Year…named to the Class 5 All-State team in Missouri by the MBCA…an All-State selection for all classes by Suddenlink…starred on two State Championship teams at Vashon – as a sophomore (2018) and a junior (2019)…led Vashon to the Missouri State High School Activities Association Class 4 state semifinals before postseason play was canceled in 2020 because of the coronavirus…led Vashon to a 22-5 overall record and a 5-0 record in conference play before the season was suspended during the state tournament…averaged 16.8 points and 3.8 rebounds as a member of the Vashon varsity team as a junior…also a member of the track and field and football teams in high school.
Born July 10, 2001…Cam’Ron is the son of Tamika Fletcher and Michael Henderson…has two brothers, Jalen and Jayden, and one sister, Raven…his brother, Jayden, played college basketball at Harris-Stowe University in Missouri…began playing basketball in the fifth grade…following his standout high school career, he picked Kentucky over Michigan State, North Carolina, Missouri Alabama, Arkansas and Creighton…major is Social Science.