Kemp says Stoke are keeping their options open, but Cameron could emerge as a rival to Andy Wilkinson at right-back.
He said: "He's an adaptable player and, with the players we have now, we could possibly look at doing something like that."
The Stoke assistant boss says the management have been impressed by how the £1.6m signing from Houston Dynamo has settled in at the Brit.
Kemp also told The Sentinel: "He has trained and played very well. Let's not forget he's also been to Mexico City playing for the United States and been back to the States getting his visa sorted out.
"There's been a lot going on in his life - it's not like he's just moved to Stoke from Nottingham.
"He's made the move from Houston and gone through all the toing and froing that's gone with it.
"But in the short time he has been here, I have to say he has been first class."