Cameron Scudder
POSP
HT 6'4
WT 220
BATS/THROWSL/L
RES Yuma, AZ
COL Utah Valley

Bio: Cameron Scudder is a 6’4 southpaw from Utah Valley. The big left-hander joins the Wolverines by way of Yuma, AZ, and Glen Ridge HS. In his lone season at UVU, he posted a 9.00 ERA in 10 innings pitched. Scudder ended his first season with the Wolverines with a 3-inning shutout performance at Pacific.

(Via UVU Athletics)

Enters junior season at UVU after transferring from Hawaii-Hilo…

Before Utah Valley…
Prepped at Gila Ridge HS in Yuma, Ariz. … recorded a .320 high school batting average with 28 runs scored, 16 RBIs, and a .371 on-base percentage … helped his team reach the elite eight at the state tournament … played for Greg Osowski in high school … also played football, basketball, and golf at Gila Ridge.

Other Colleges… 
Spent the 2019 and 2020 seasons at Chandler-Gilbert CC … had four starts for the Coyotes in the COVID-shortened 2020 campaign and struck out 15 in 18.2 innings … also posted a 6.75 ERA that season … during his freshman year in 2019, he had six appearances on the mound and struck out a pair in 5.2 innings … he then transferred to Hawaii Hilo for the 2021 season and he posted one of the top ERAs for the Vulcans during the limited season (due to COVID) with a 2.61 ERA … he also struck out 16 in 10.1 innings while limiting opponents to a .200 batting average.

Personal…
Graduated from Gila Ridge HS … birthday is Oct. 1 … born in Yuma, Ariz. … plans to major in psychology at UVU … enjoys golfing, hunting, snowboarding, wakeboarding, and playing basketball … favorite pro athlete is Tiger Woods … favorite pro sports teams are the Chargers, Dodgers, and Suns … has two siblings; Cassie and Sara … parents are Corey and Monica Scudder.

 

Bio

Cameron Scudder is a 6’4 southpaw from Utah Valley. The big left-hander joins the Wolverines by way of Yuma, AZ, and Glen Ridge HS. In his lone season at UVU, he posted a 9.00 ERA in 10 innings pitched. Scudder ended his first season with the Wolverines with a 3-inning shutout performance at Pacific.