2012 (JUNIOR):Started all 14 games at right tackle...showed the ability to dominate in the running game at times, in addition to shoring up the Cardinal's right side in pass protection...part of an offensive line that paved the way for the second-most rushing yards in school history by Stepfan Taylor (1,530)...helped protect two rookie quarterbacks, each starting their Cardinal career 3-0 this season...earned All-Pac-12 honorable mention.
2011 (SOPHOMORE): Honorable mention All-Pac-12 selection in his first season...earned freshman All-America honors by Yahoo! Sports...was one of three first-year starters on the offensive line, including Sam Schwartzstein and David Yankey...started 11 games, missing the Oregon State and Oregon games with an ankle injury...played on one of the top units in the nation that allowed the seventh (tie) fewest sacks per game (0.85) during the season...blocking skills helped Stanford compile 210.62 yards per game on the ground, which ranked second in the conference and 18th nationally...also aided in Andrew Luck's record-setting season in which he passed for a school-record 37 touchdowns.
2010 (FRESHMAN): Did not see action.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Graduated from Cypress Creek High School in Houston, Texas...played for head coach Greg McCaig...rated as the 38th-best offensive tackle in the nation by Rivals.com, 53rd by Scout.com and 56th by ESPNU.com...earned three varsity letters...helped anchor an offensive line that assisted a Cougar offense that averaged 40 points and 420 yards a game in total offense per game...first team Texas Super Team selection as a senior...two-time unanimous first team Texas 15-5A all-district selection...earned second team Texas Prep Insider honors....helped Cypress to a pair of 15-5A District championships...also lettered in basketball...attended Harker Heights High School from 2006-07 before transferring to Cypress Creek...parents are Kem and Karen Fleming...has one younger sister, Jordan...born in Fort Hood, Texas...full name is Cameron Jarrod Fleming...majoring in aeronautics & astronautics.