Great Lakes League Summer All-Star (2010) National Player of the Week by CollegeBaseballInsider.com (4/2/10)
Outlook Morehead State's top hitter before transferring over to hometown UK before the 2011 season ... Suffered an injury that required a redshirt season in 2011, returning to practice activities late in the season ... Played in 23 games in the Northwoods League ... Launched 15 homers in 2010 at Morehead State, batting .326 with 51 RBI ... Also pitched while at Morehead State but will concentrate on playing in the outfield at UK ... Has a strong frame and tremendous power potential ... Has shown the ability to play all three outfield posts ... Had a good fall, batting .313 with five doubles, two homers and a 10-8 walk-strikeout ratio, stealing two bases.
Summer Played for the La Crosse Loggers in the Northwoods League ... Saw action in 23 games, batting .261 (23-for-88) with three doubles, three homers and 15 RBI ... Season was ended prematurely on July 11 after getting plunked by a pitch.
2011 Redshirted season while recovering from a hand injury ... Returned to practice activities late in the year ... During the summer of 2010, was named an all-star in the Great Lakes League, while leading the Southern Ohio Copperheads to a 23-14 record ... Batted .308 (14-for-46) in 18 games and 13 starts, with two doubles, one triple, a team-high two homers and 10 RBI, drawing seven walks and striking out 12 times.
Morehead State (2009-10) Played for two years at Morehead State University and coach Jay Sorg ... Was a leading hitter as a sophomore in 2010, batting .326 (60-for-184) with 45 runs scored, 10 doubles, a team-high three triples, 15 homers and 51 RBI ... Had 13 walks and 28 strikeouts, stealing 4-of-7 bases ... Fielded .957 with four errors and three outfield assists ... Also pitched in six games, posting a 0-1 record and a 13.50 ERA in six innings, walking 10 and striking out six ... Totaled 20 multi-hit games and 13 multi-RBI games as a sophomore, ranking third on the team ... Hit all over the order, including No. 2 (seven times), No. 5 (28 times), No. 6 (five times) and No. 7 (four times) ... Defensively, played 17 games in rightfield, 19 games in leftfield, one game in centerfield and seven games as the designated hitter ... Named CollegeBaseballInsider.com National Player of the Week after a four-game stretch where he batted .588 (10-for-17) with four homers and 16 RBI, adding two doubles, one triple, seven runs and a 1.529 slugging percentage ... Flynn had a career-high six RBI in a win over Indiana, before belting three homers and adding nine RBI in a doubleheader vs. Southeast Missouri State ... As a freshman in 2009, appeared in 26 games with 10 starts, totaling one homer and eight RBI on the year, highlighted by a five-RBI game against Long Island ... Had a double in his long at-bat against UT Martin ... Also pitched in three games as a freshman, tossing a scoreless innings of relief vs. West Virginia and Ohio State ... Finished the year batting .191 (9-for-47) with three doubles, one triple, one homer and eight RBI, drawing five walks and striking out nine times ... Wore No. 15 for the Eagles.
High School Earned four letters for coach Herb Hammond at Henry Clay High School, where former UK first-team All-American outfielder Collin Cowgill (2005-08) played ... Named first-team All-State as a senior, also earning the honor as city of Lexington player of the year ... As a senior, hit .461 with 53 hits, 42 runs, 12 doubles, 11 homers and 42 RBI, leading the state in homers ... Was named the 11th Region Player of the Year ... A two-time all-city selection.
Personal Full name is Cameron Jon Flynn ... Born on February 24, 1990 in San Diego, Calif. ... Son of Jon and Natalie.