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#12 Cameron Higgins
Position: Quarterback
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 215
Year: Senior
Hometown: Hawai'i Kai, Hawai'i
High School: Saint Louis
Experience: 3 Letters
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Cameron Higgins finished his career with the Wildcats as one of the greatest players in school history.  In his four years with the 'Cats Cameron played in 48 games, the most career games ever played by a WSU quarterback.  He started in 43 of those 48 games.  He set school records for most career passing yards (12,274), most career touchdowns passes (98), most career total touchdowns (105), most career pass completions (935), and career passing efficiency rating (144.5).  His 98 career touchdown passes is also the most in Big Sky Conference history.  His 12,261 yards of total offense is the third most in Big Sky history and his 105 touchdowns is tied for the second most in the conference history. 

In 2011 he earned the Weber State Male Athlete Career Achievement Award for his success with the 'Cats.    

2010:  Earned All-Big Sky Conference honorable mention honors...Appeared in all 11 games for the Wildcats during his senior season...He finished the season 210-359 passing for 2,512 total passing yards...He also threw 15 touchdowns during the season...Threw a touchdown pass in eight of the 11 games during the year...Had four a season-best four touchdowns and a season-high 340 yards in WSU's four overtime win over Northern Colorado on September 11...Also had three touchdown passes for 315 yards against Eastern Washington, including a season-high 65 yard touchdown pass...Had 29 rushes on the season.

2009:  ... 2009 Big Sky Conference Pre-Season First Team Quarterback and named to The Sports Network's 2009 Pre-Season All-America squad as a Third Team member. ... Was on the 2009 Walter Payton Award watch list and finished 10th in the balloting with 30 votes. ... Helped the Wildcats to a 7-5 record overall and a 6-2 mark in Big Sky Conference play. ... His numbers were down from his sophomore season, completing 289-454 passes for 3,326 yards and 30 touchdowns but threw 20 of his career 42 interceptions during the season. Thirteen of those picks came in just three games (5 @Wyoming, 4 @Montana, 4 @William & Mary). ... Was named Honorable Mention All-Big Sky. ... Threw for over 200 yards in every game except at home vs. Northern Arizona in the snow (151) and at William & Mary in the NCAA Division I FCS playoff game (167).  ...  Completed 31-47-0 for 410 yards and four touchdowns in WSU's 36-29 last second win at Portland State and was named the "Big Sky Conference Offensive Player of the Week". ... Completed 23-30-0 for 290 yards and five touchdowns in the 49-10 win at home vs. Sacramento State and again was named the "Big Sky Conference Offensive Player of the Week."  ... Threw an 80-yard touchdown pass to Mike Phillips in WSU's 31-13 road win at Eastern Washington.  ... Did not have a RUSHING touchdown during the season after scoring two in 2007 and four in 2008.  ...Ranked 28th (138.10) in Passing Efficiency and 16th (266.58 ypg) in Total Offense in NCAA Division I FCS for the 2009 season.

2008:  ...Named the 2008 BIG SKY CONFERENCE OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR, the first Wildcat to earn that honor since QB Jamie Martin in 1991 and 1992. ... Helped lead the Wildcats to a 10-4 record overall and a 7-1 mark in Big Sky Conference play....Had the best SINGLE SEASON Passing mark of any quarterback in Big Sky Conference history throwing for 4,477 yards and 36 touchdowns in a 14-game season.  ... Had remarkable accuracy completing 305-465 passes (.656) which is the best single season passing percentage in WSU football history. ... He also set a new WSU single season mark for Passing Efficiency with a rating of 166.40, which ranked 1st in the Big Sky Conference and 3rd in NCAA Division I FCS.  ...  Had an outstanding game in opening round of the 2008 NCAA Division I FCS playoffs, completing 21-33 passes, no interceptions, for 399 yards and two touchdowns in WSU's stunning 49-35 road win over #3 ranked Cal Poly.  ...  Was 21-30-1 for 237 yards and four touchdowns in WSU's 45-28 regular season win at home over #2 ranked Montana on Oct. 4.  ...  Threw at least one touchdown pass in every game except in the Dec. 6 quarterfinal playoff game at Montana. ... Finished 6th in the 2008 Walter Payton Award balloting with 79 votes. ... Named the COLLEGE SPORTING NEWS NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE WEEK for Sept. 22 after completing 21-33 passes for 380 yards and four touchdowns in WSU's 32-28 road win at Sacramento State, and was named the Big Sky Conference Offensive Player of the Week as well. ... Name Big Sky Offensive Player of the Week for Oct. 13 after completing 29-36-1 passes for 366 yards and four touchdowns in WSU's 35-12 win at Montana State on a cold, snowy and windy afternoon.

2007:  ...Completed 131-233 passes, and threw just nine interceptions, for 1,959 yards and 17 touchdowns.  His Passing Efficiency Rating of 143.20 was the 2nd best mark in the Big Sky behind 2007 league MVP Matt Nichols (156.5) of Eastern Washington. ... In his second game as a starter vs. Sacramento State,at home, he completed 13-20 passes for 245 yards, throwing four touchdown passes to wide receiver Tim Toone.  ...  He did not start the game @Northern Colorado but did play in the second half completing 7-8 passes for 72 yards and one touchdown.  ... Had a rough game at home vs. Northern Arizona completing just 9-21 passes and suffering three of his season's nine interceptions in the game.  ... In the final four games, however, he established himself as an up and coming star in the Big Sky by completing 78-133 passes for 1,246 yards and 12 touchdowns.  ...  In WSU's 78-68 shoot out win @Portland State, he completed 22-36 passes for 334 yards throwing four touchdown passes. He also rushed nine times for 106 yards and three touchdowns. ...  He and PSU quarterback Drew Hubel , who three nine TD passes against the Wildcats, were named Big Sky Co-Offensive Players of the Week.   ...   The 440 total offense yards is the 10th best single game effort in WSU football history.  ... The next week at home vs. Idaho State, he made even more of an impression by throwing for a career high 432 yards. He completed 21-31 passes against the Bengals throwing four touchdown passes. He added 15 yards rushing giving him 453 total yards which is the 9th best single game effort in Wildcat football history. His 432 passing yards in that game is the 10th best single game passing mark in school history.   ...  Ended the season with 52 rushing attempts for 172 yards and four touchdowns.       


2006:
  Sat out the season as a red-shirt.         

HIGH SCHOOL:    ...Comes out of the traditionally powerful program at St. Louis High School where he played for Coach Delbert Tengan. ... Earned Honorable Mention All-State honors in 2005. ... Helped his team defeat defending state champion Kamehameha High three times in a row. ... Named to the Hawai'i All-Star team that played the Samoa All-Stars.           


PERSONAL:   
Full Name:  Cameron James Kalana Higgins.   Born:  March 28, 1988.   Major:  Technical Sales.  ... Younger brother, Zach, is a defensive back for the Wildcats. ... Another younger brother, Jeremy is a quarterback who signed with Utah State in 2010.


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