Bears All-Access interviewed freshmen Chris Kendrix, Cameron Maes, Shawn Roundtree and Robin Thompson to learn more about the newcomers to the Missouri State men's basketball program
After earning a spot on the roster this summer as a preferred walk-on, local product Cameron Maes has brought energy, potential and enthusiasm to the club as a true freshman.
High School Averaged 21.8 points, 5.5 rebounds, 2.4 steals and 2.1 assists as a senior for the Falcons and coach Brian McTague in 2013-14 ... Glendale was 15-11 for his final season but won 10 of its final 11 games to end the campaign ... Maes had back-to-back games of 34 and 39 points as part of the team's late-season run ... Was part of the Springfield News-Leader All-Ozarks first team, along with classmate Chris Kendrix ... Also earned academic all-state, all-district and all-conference honors .. As a junior, Maes produced 16.9 points and 4.6 rebounds per game his junior season while knocking down 62 3-pointers and making 73 percent of his foul shots ... He was also an all-conference and all-district pick in 2012-13 ... Lettered his sophomore season for then-coach Sean Williamson ... Biggest sports thriils were earning academic all-state honors and scoring 39 points in a game.
Personal Cameron Bradley Maes was born 12/10/95 in Denver, Colo. ... Son of Earl and Jody Maes of Springfield, Mo. ... Has two brothers, Brett and Brady, and a sister, Alexis ... Currently undeclared ... Plans to pursue law school after college ... Chose Missouri State over Princeton, Yale, Drake and Navy.