I second (or maybe it's third by now...) the CC503 recommendation. Unless you're going to go nuts with it in the future, the 503 will give you some room to grow. It'll never be a crazy idling ground pounder, but it is a solid performing camshaft that will work well with stock heads, and then even better if you port them.
I use a custom grind that is very similar to the CC503 (I run it with a little tighter LSA) in many of the mild street engines that I build. It is a nice tame cam for use with most street mods.
1995 Camaro Z-28, M6, 396 stroker, Scat forged 3.875" crank, Scat Ultra Q-Lite 6" H-beams, Icon forged pistons (4.030"), splayed 4 bolt w/ARP studs, 12.25:1, AFR 210 heads (2.08"/1.6", 58cc), Comp Ultra Pro Magnum XD 1.7:1 rockers, GM847 cam (234/242 .611"/.632"), Edelbrock LT4 air-gap intake, Spec Stage 3+ clutch, Fidanza aluminum flywheel, 24x conversion, 0411 PCM, TPIS 58mm, Bosch III 42# injectors, Aeromotive 340, Kook's stepped LT's, Kook's custom stainless 3-1/2" merge ORY, Magnaflow