Reggie Cameron, 2013 Tri-County Alum




By the time Tri-County alumnus Reggie Cameron graduated Hudson Catholic High School in 2013 he was considered by sports professionals as one of the best basketball players in New Jersey and ranked No.68 prospect in the country by ESPN. A four-year letter winner, he finished his high school career with more than 1,700 points and was named First Team All-County three times and First Team All-State honoree. After being pursued by several leading universities, he attended Georgetown University on full scholarship for 4 years, acquiring a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology in 2017.

During each of his 4 years at Georgetown he was a standout basketball player, playing in over 100 games, leading his team to 2 postseason tournaments, including making it to the Third round of the 2016 NCAA Tournament, and was named team captain his senior year. He went on to play for the Orlando Magic's NBA Summer League squad in 2017 before continuing his career overseas as a professional. His first year he played in Germany with the Dusseldorf Giant, and the second year in Portugal for Esgueira Oli.

Reggie was heavily involved in the community at Georgetown as he volunteered with So Others Might Eat and Lead By Example Foundation. Serving as a counselor for both Washington, DC non-profits, he participated in programs designed to help community members in need find pathways out of poverty, taught youth the importance of physical and health education practices and encouraged making positive changes to everyday life.

In 2019 Reggie accepted the position of Graduate Manager for Saint Joseph University’s men’s basketball with Head Coach Billy Lange, who had followed Reggie’s career since high school.

“This is a rite of passage position,” Reggie says, “for many coaches just starting their college or NBA coaching careers.”

He earned a master’s degree is in Organizational Development Leadership with a focus on Adult Learning at SJU in 2021.

“My Hudson Catholic High School experience trained me well for the rigors of college and beyond. I not only had to do well in my studies but spend a significant amount of time most weeks each year training, conditioning, practicing and playing my sport. I learned how much work I would have to put in to be successful. Thank you so much to Tri-County and all the donors. I don’t know if I would be here now if you didn’t help me when I was starting high school. My education opened doors for me that wouldn’t have opened if I had attended another school. I am eternally grateful to everyone at Tri-County for helping me get to the position I am in today.”