Cameron Mayweather has come a long way with his dedication during his high school football career. It paid off last week when he signed a letter of intent with Moorpark College in California.
“My work ethic was my biggest improvement,” Mayweather said. “I didn’t work as hard when I was a freshman, but with the help of our strength and conditioning coach (Garrett Bagley), I built a great work ethic and became a lot faster and stronger.”
Mayweather was hoping to sign with a college earlier this year but it didn’t work out. Still, he never lost faith and believed the right opportunity would eventually present itself.
Moorpark is a junior college that plays in the Southern California Football Association.
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