Bellaire grad Cameron Wells continues to dominate for The Citadel
Cameron Wells, a Bellaire High School graduate, played another terrific all-around game for the Bulldogs, but Savannah State defeated The Citadel 65-61 in overtime Monday.
Wells, a senior point guard, scored nine points, dished out six assists, grabbed four rebounds, tallied two steals, and blocked a shot in the loss.
In a loss to Elon Saturday, Wells broke The Citadel's all-time assist record, dishing out 10 assists to go along with a game-high 24 points. Along the way he became the first player in school history to amass a double-double by virtue of points and assists.
The 6-foot, 1-inch Wells was a CollegeInsider.com Lou Henson All-America Team selection and has also combined with backcourt mate Zach Urbanus for more than 600 career assists.
He was The Sporting News pre-season pick for Southern Conference Player of the Year.
A 2007 graduate of Bellaire High School, Wells lettered in basketball and tennis. He was honored as an All-District and All-Star MVP averaging 16.5 points and 7.0 assists per game. In the Bellaire High School Jaycee Tournament, the Fighting Cardinals were three-time district champs with Wells at the helm. Wells played for Coach Bruce Glover. He is the son of Elaine and Ronald Wells. He is majoring in health and wellness.
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