CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - North Carolina has signed offensive lineman graduate transfer Cam Dillard to a scholarship agreement. A native of Canton, Michigan, Dillard played three seasons at Florida (2014-16) and has one season of eligibility remaining. He will join the Tar Heels this summer.
6-4, 310, Gr.
Canton, Mich. • Plymouth Canton/Florida
2016: Announced he is transferring for his final season of eligibility following the Outback Bowl… Played and started in Florida’s first eight games at center prior to suffering a season-ending knee injury… 2015: Played in 13 games and started the first 11 contests of the season at center for the Gators... UF started the same five offensive linemen (Dillard, Mason Halter, Antonio Riles, David Sharpe, Trip Thurman) at the same five positions in their first six games of the season, marking the first time since 2008 they achieved such continuity... 2014: Played in four games on the season as a reserve offensive lineman... Saw action in his first career game in the season opener against Eastern Michigan... Also saw action against Georgia, Vanderbilt and Eastern Kentucky... 2013: Did not see any action and redshirted...Earned Most Valuable Defensive Scout Team Award.
PRIOR TO FLORIDA:
Named to the AP Michigan Division 1-2 All-State Prep Team in 2012… Selected to the 2011 Michigan AP Division 1 All-State First Team, The Detroit Free Press All-State Dream Team, The Detroit News All-Metro West First Team, The Detroit Free Press All-West First Team, All Observer First Team, and KLAA All League in 2011… No. 259 prospect in the nation… Coached by Tim Baechler.
Cam and his wife, Riley, have a son, Emmitt.