clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Better Know A Dude 2015: #47 Defensive Back Cam Seward

He didn't get a chance to play last year, but a wide open secondary could give him a chance in 2015.

Name: Cam Seward

Year: Redshirt Freshman

Number: #47

Position:Safety

Height: 6-0

Weight: 223 lbs

Hometown: Atlanta, GA

High School: Westminster

2013 Stats (HS): Earned Associated Press Class B All-State honors in 2012 ... notched 69 tackles, six tackles for a loss, two sacks, three pass breakups up and two forced fumbles during his junior season ... missed the 2013 season because of injury ... Served as team captain - along with Boston College teammates Austin Chapman and Sam Schmal - as a senior tight end/tackle/defensive end at Westminster ... played for head coach Gerry Romberg ... also excelled in track ... was the Georgia state runner-up in the 100-meter hurdles as a freshman and helped lead the team to a state title as a senior. (via BCEagles.com)

2014 Stats: Did not play, redshirted

2015 Projections: As we've mentioned multiple times on here, the secondary is wide open.  Cam Seward stands as much of a chance as anyone to play. It's safe to assume that Seward will make the two deep, and get some playing time at some point this year, either at safety or at the corner position.

Over/Under: 1 interception

How'd He Get Here: Cam Seward is a 3* Athlete that chose Boston College over claimed offers from California, Cincinnati, Kentucky, Mississippi State, N.C State, UCF, and West Virginia. His primary recruiter was Al Washington.

"I would say what made me want to be an Eagle was that it is a prestigious school, they’re great with academics, and if I don’t make the NFL, I’ll have a great job to fall back on," Wilson told Scout.com. "I can get my masters from B.C. and they also have a well-put-together football team and a great coaching staff." - See more at: http://www.accsports.com/articles/wilson-commits-to-bc#sthash.diDW2W4b.dpuf
"I would say what made me want to be an Eagle was that it is a prestigious school, they’re great with academics, and if I don’t make the NFL, I’ll have a great job to fall back on," Wilson told Scout.com. "I can get my masters from B.C. and they also have a well-put-together football team and a great coaching staff." - See more at: http://www.accsports.com/articles/wilson-commits-to-bc#sthash.diDW2W4b.dpuf
"I would say what made me want to be an Eagle was that it is a prestigious school, they’re great with academics, and if I don’t make the NFL, I’ll have a great job to fall back on," Wilson told Scout.com. "I can get my masters from B.C. and they also have a well-put-together football team and a great coaching staff." - See more at: http://www.accsports.com/articles/wilson-commits-to-bc#sthash.diDW2W4b.dpuf
"I would say what made me want to be an Eagle was that it is a prestigious school, they’re great with academics, and if I don’t make the NFL, I’ll have a great job to fall back on," Wilson told Scout.com. "I can get my masters from B.C. and they also have a well-put-together football team and a great coaching staff." - See more at: http://www.accsports.com/articles/wilson-commits-to-bc#sthash.diDW2W4b.dpuf

Twitter:You can follow Cam at @_CamRonOfficial

Tweetable:

Uniform History: The #47 historically hasn't been a number that has been used all that often in Boston College history. The first player to wear it was George Kerr a right guard from Brockton, in 1938. Some of the more memorable players to wear it include Brad Newman who had a solid career from 2007-2010. Roderick Rollins a cornerback wore it as well, and finally Spencer Rositano wore it before injures finished his career last year with the Eagles.

Linkage:

Get to Know The Dudes: #47 DB Cam Seward (BC Interruption)
Cameron Seward Commits To Boston College (BC Interruption)


2014 BC Football: CB/WR Cam Seward (Soaring To Glory)