Commencement to be held at FedExForum
C-USA rivalry matchup slated for a 3:15 p.m. kick on CSS.
Played in six games in 2010...His only catch was for a 13-yard gain against Louisville.
Played in 11 of 12 games at wide receiver, with seven starts...Finished fourth on the team in receptions (20) and fifth in receiving yards (149)...Eight of his 20 receptions resulted in a first down...Did not play in the season opener against Ole Miss due to a knee injury suffered in fall camp...Made his first appearance of the season against Middle Tennessee...Registered his first reception of the season for 11 yards in the first quarter against UT Martin...Posted his first career start against Marshall and logged one catch for no gain...Started against UCF and tallied two catches for 13 yards...Started against UTEP and registered four receptions, with a long of five yards...Had two catches for 13 yards against Southern Miss...Recorded career highs against Tennessee in receptions (5), receiving yards (57), rushes (2), rushing yards (13) and long rush (12)...Totaled 70 all-purpose yards against the Vols...Five of his seven offensive plays were for first downs...Hauled in four receptions for 49 yards against UAB, including a career long reception of 23 yards.
Played in nine of 13 games at wide receiver...Finished the season with two receptions for 16 yards...Made his first collegiate appearance at wide receiver in the fourth quarter of the season opener against Ole Miss...Made his first career reception for a six-yard gain against Louisville...Caught a 10-yard reception against UCF in the fourth quarter to the UCF 6 that led to a Memphis touchdown...Received the Chris Faros Most Improved award at the 2009 Blue-Gray Game.
Redshirted during the 2007 season as a true freshman.
Lettered as a wide receiver for coach Clinton Gore at Osceola High...Caught 32 passes for 715 yards and 12 touchdowns for a team that primarily worked out of a wishbone offense...Named All-American and all-conference...Led team to an 11-2 record in 2006...Registered 926 receiving yards and 18 touchdowns on 27 receptions as a junior...Had one of his best games against Harrisburg in which he had four catches, three of which were for TDs and also totaled two interceptions on defense...Logged 46 tackles, seven interceptions and two fumble recoveries in 2005...Finished his career with more than 1,700 receiving yards and 36 TDs...Also ran track and played basketball...Named all-conference and all-state in track while competing as a sprinter...Won the state title in the 100-meter and 200-meter events.
Cameron Baker is the son of Melvin and Jacquelline Baker...Born October 28, 1988, in Blytheville, Ark....Brother, Chris Baker, plays football for the Arkansas Razorbacks...His godfather, Maurice Carthon was a star at Arkansas State and later went on to play for the New York Giants as a fullback.