Cameron Smith, former Northeast Guilford High School and Roanoke College basketball player is headed to Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada to play professional basketball. He was selected 7th in the second round (17th overall) by the Cape Breton Highlanders of the 2016 Canada Draft on Sunday, November 20, 2016.
Smith is headed to the Highlanders…..
11. Moncton – Dominique Reed
12. Windsor – Elliott Engleman
13. Orangeville – Antwan PIttman
14. The Island – Antonio Hall
15.Kitchener-Waterloo – Brandon Crompton
16. Niagara – Joey Puddister
17. Cape Breton – Cameron Smith
18. Windsor – Kenneth Coates
19. London – Jameel Williamson
20. Halifax – Cody Boone
Cape Breton Draft Picks on Sunday….
Cape Breton Highlanders
Round 1: Mitchell Wiggins Jr., F, Southeastern (No. 2 overall)
Round 2: Cameron Smith, F, Roanoke (17)
The expansion Highlanders injected some athleticism into their inaugural lineup by drafting the explosive Wiggins, the older brother of Canadian NBA superstar Andrew Wiggins. First-year pro Smith is no slouch either, having earned a reputation for dominating the offensive glass at Roanoke.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=_DAOc2y4B0o&feature=youtu.beCLICK HERE for YouTube on CBL Canada Combine Stories with Cameron Smith and how he is now playing professional basketball in Canada…And all of the people leaving the United States after Donald Trump got elected President, there should be a good crowd up there to watch Cam play in Canada…