Cameron Jungers is a 5-foot-8, 155-pound quarterback and free safety at Southwest High School, where he competed for coach John Mitosinka. The multi-sport star earned three varsity letters playing football, four in basketball, two in track and field and one for swim.
Jungers accumulated 2,473 yards of total offense and accounted for 32 touchdowns in 2017. At free safety, he totaled 67 tackles and forced five turnovers. His efforts led the Eagles to a 14-1 record, a CIF Division 4-A Southern California Regional championship and the school’s first trip to a state title game. Jungers was named to the All-Imperial Valley League First-Team Offense and was an All-CIF San Diego Section Second-Team Defense pick in 2017.
Off the field, he carried a 3.89 GPA and was named to the San Diego Union-Tribune All-Academic Team for both football and basketball in 2017. Jungers was also awarded the Cymer Award for basketball. He is involved in 4H, where he has raised a swine for nine years and is currently a member of the Southwest Link Crew and Sports Medicine clubs.
Jungers is unsure what college he will attend, but aspires to major in kinesiology. He enjoys hanging out with friends and playing basketball. Cameron is the son of Dan and Jamie Jungers.