Louisiana Tech quarterback Colby Cameron completed 359 of 522 passes (68.8 percent) for 4,147 yards, 31 touchdowns and five interceptions as a senior. He also rushed for 177 yards on 61 carries, converting four of those into touchdowns.
Leading an offense that scored a massive 53 points per game, Cameron tossed at least three TDs in seven separate games in 2012, including a barn-burner with Texas A&M. He chucked a career-high five scores in that game on top of 450 yards. But Louisiana Tech fell by a count of 59-57.
In his first 10 games, Cameron avoided throwing a single pick. His highs were more frequent than his lows, and we’ll explore the former category here as he embarks on his NFL career.