Looking back at the Texas A&M football career of Camron Buckley
Buckley originally came to Texas A&M as a member of the Aggies 2017 recruiting class, where he was rated as a three-star wide receiver out of in-state Cedar Hill High School in Texas.
Once in College Station, Buckley would go on to make an immediate impact with the Aggies as a freshman in 2017. During that year, Buckley would total 17 receptions for 282 yards and three touchdowns in what was his first collegiate action, which also happened to be the final year of the Kevin Sumlin era at Texas A&M.
Buckley’s sophomore campaign in 2018 however would be likely his best at Texas A&M, a year that was also Jimbo Fisher’s first as head coach in College Station. As to what that season would include, Buckley amassed 34 receptions for 474 yards and a touchdown.
Returning as a junior in 2019, Buckley would compile 11 receptions for 121 yards, with this year however marking the last on-field action that the former three-star would see at Texas A&M, as he would miss the entirety of the 2020 season due to injury. At the conclusion of that season, Buckley would go on to enter the transfer portal, where he would eventually commit to Indiana, bringing an end to his Texas A&M football career.
Across his four seasons at Texas A&M, three of which he saw on-field action, Buckley amassed a combined 62 receptions for 877 yards and four touchdowns. Buckley would also go on to play at Jackson State for a season after the 2021 campaign at Indiana, and went on to be undrafted in the 2023 NFL Draft.