Cameron Belton is the youngest of three boys, born to parents Lisa and Craig Belton II. Cameron, as well as his brothers, Clay and Chase Belton, were all successful athletes throughout high school and college. Cameron grew as a versatile athlete participating in soccer, baseball, basketball, football, and track. Cameron played varsity football and track at Northmont High School, graduating in 2013. Cameron is currently employed by the Johns Hopkins University - Applied Physics Lab as a systems engineer. Cameron is the CFO of Midwest Elite Football where he is responsible for managing the financial actions of the company. Cameron was a three year varsity football starter at Northmont High School. Over his three years as quarterback, Cameron received All GWOC Special Mentioned in 2010 and 2012 as well as Second Team All GWOC in 2011. Cameron received a full ride scholarship offer from Notre Dame College, but decided to follow in his brother’s footsteps, and play football at Wabash College (where Chase started quarterback for three years). Cameron completed one season getting reps at quarterback and receiver, and then decided to pursue an engineering degree. Cameron transferred to the University of Cincinnati where he graduated in 2019 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Electrical Engineering. Cameron is currently working on his Master of Science in Systems Engineering degree at Johns Hopkins University.In 2016 and 2017, Cameron helped as an assistant coach for both the Springfield High School Freshman football team as well as the Freshman basketball team.