Cameron, a hooker who has been a member of the Glasgow squad for the past two seasons is joined by back-row Ally Miller, scrum-half Hugh Fraser, centre Tom Galbraith and wing Ben Robbins. The players started training earlier this week as preparations continue for the new season.
He has represented Caledonia U16, U17 and U18 and has played for Scotland at U17, U18 and U20 level.
Cameron said: “There is a great bunch of boys down here, and the partnership is brilliant for young players to get the chance to play in a league such as the Greene King IPA Championship.
“I’m looking forward to getting on to the pitch.”
The Performance Partnership
Earlier this year Scottish Rugby and London Scottish announced a new partnership to support the development of a joint performance programme.
The agreement, which is resource focused, will see regular coaching, playing and high performance support provided by Scottish Rugby to the club.
It will provide a further professional rugby environment for identified players and coaches, as well as benefitting their personal and professional development.
Selected pro-team, BT Sport Scottish Rugby Academy and Scottish age-grade players will be based at the Richmond Athletic Ground and available to London Scottish for English Championship and B&I Cup fixtures.
Scottish Rugby’s Head of International Age-Grade Rugby, Sean Lineen, has taken up the role of Director of Rugby on a part-time basis to lead the on-field direction of the performance programme and support current London Scottish Head Coach, Peter Richards.