2017 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about CAMERON TOM: Southern Mississippi, 6034 291 5.35. Four-year starter from Baton Rouge, LA. Ended his career with 47 consecutive starts and two straight first-team All-Conference USA honors. Athletic, smart, and experienced signal caller from the trenches. Very fluid lower body and technically sound. Possesses great flexibility in his hips and ankles. Excels at the second level. Shows dominant run blocking when moving laterally. Will stick to his man. Plays stronger than he looks. Hustles every play, always puts up a fight. Needs more bulk on his frame. Can be pushed back by a bigger, more powerful defender. Can be overwhelmed. Majority of his snaps were shotgun. Rarely left alone to block a defensive tackle. Needs to keep his hands inside. Tom is very active pre-snap, making all the calls and putting everything into place. He is smart, experienced, and plays bigger than he looks. With his frame, he could easily add the required bulk to hold ground against NFL defensive tackles in time. Would excel in zone blocking scheme. Shrine Game notes: Another spread formation center who had to make significant changes in adjustments to an NFL blocking scheme. A screen off position blocker. Gets movement in the running lane if he plays with knee bend. Uses his hands well on the second level to lock up linebackers. Good effort to block downfield on screen passes. Not invited to Combine. Seventh round/PFA. (A-33 5/8, H-9 3/8, BP-DNP, 10-DNP).