Cameron was a key member in establishing the foundation of what the men's basketball program has become today. He began at Sheridan in the fall of 1979, finishing 11th in league scoring after averaging 17.1 points per game. Despite the transition to newly appointed head coach Wayne Allison during the 1980-81 campaign, Cameron was a steady influence on the team and completed the season as an OCAA All-Star. He led the team in scoring, averaging a little more than 15 per contest, and was named the team's most valuable player. For his career, Cameron scored 542 points and ranks with the eighth-highest per game average (16.4) of all players with at least 500 points. He graduated from the Law and Security Administration program and went on to serve for 37 years as a dedicated member of the Toronto Police Service. Al passed away on May 17, 2018.