The Brewers fought off interest from a number of clubs at higher levels for the exciting attacker who started his career as a professional at York City before having a spell playing abroad in Spain and Portugal.
In terms of his non-league career, Murray featured for Halifax Town and FC United of Manchester before spending last season at Scarborough Athletic.
Manager Michael Morton is thrilled with his latest and final signing before the season kicks off on Saturday.
“We feel like Cam is the final piece of the jigsaw and an all-round class act.”
“Obviously we have seen him in training and in a couple pre-season games and he is a player with tremendous quality and is a fantastic signing for the club.”
“There’s no question that he will get a good number of goals and assists and we look forward to working with him on a weekly basis.”
Cam featured for Taddy as a trialist in the pre-season friendlies against Selby Town and Sheffield United. He impressed in his first appearance at Selby before going on to score against Sheffield United’s U23’s on Tuesday night with a composed finish.
“I am glad to finally get it over the line” said Murray.
“I’m looking forward to the season and to getting going on Saturday at Ramsbottom.”
“I think we’ve got a good squad and we can have a real go at the league.”
“My personal aim is to improve, develop and move up the ladder so hopefully I can continue to learn and impress and help the team reach our targets.”