#28 Cam McMillan

IF

Height 6'5"
Weight 200 LBS
Position IF
Class Freshman
Hometown Kansas City, Mo.
High School St. Thomas Aquinas HS
Bio

Coach Corbin Quote: Cam is a physical young man with strong overall athleticism. He has good arm strength and raw power that he will learn to harness over time. He has been very coachable since he arrived here and is looking to improve his game both offensively and defensively. He really enjoys the team environment and wants to be successful in our program. His game will develop and in time impact the program.

As a Freshman (2019)

  • Did not appear in a game during his inaugural campaign

The McMillan File

  • Lettered two years in baseball at St. Thomas Aquinas under coach Lorne Parks
  • Also lettered one year in basketball in high school
  • Ranked as Missouri’s top overall player and the nation’s No. 38 shortstop in the class of 2018 by Perfect Game
  • Named a 2018 Rawlings-Perfect Game Honorable Mention All-American (Central – All Region 1st Team)
  • Played high school and/or summer ball with Riley Pint (Colorado Rockies)
  • Lists his mom coming to see him play in the state tournament as his most memorable athletic moment
  • Favorites include: Carlos Correa (player), New York Yankees (team), Jesse Owens (pro athlete – non-baseball player), The Simpsons, M.A.S.H., Friends and Law & Order (TV show), Step Brothers, The Godfather, 12 Angry Men and The Jungle Book (movies), Leonardo DiCaprio (actor), chicken and rice (meal), Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain and Jay-Z (music/singer/band), fruit snacks (late night snack) and home (vacation)
  • Says if he wasn’t playing baseball he would be an orthodontist
  • Names Michael B. Jordan as the actor to play him in a movie
  • Uses competitive as one word to describe himself
  • Undecided on a major
  • Roommates with Isaiah Thomas
  • Chose Vanderbilt “because the community, diversity, academics and baseball.”
  • Nickname is Mac
  • Born 7/17/99 in Birmingham, Ala.
  • Son of Mark and Melissa
  • Grandfather, Lafayette, played baseball at Tennessee, Uncle, Dennis, played baseball at Southern Miss and uncle, Lee, played baseball at Mississippi College