Oregon Football Recruiting: Tight End Cam McCormick Tears ACL, Out For Season


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Three-Star In State Recruit Cam McCormick will miss the remainder of his Senior Year after tearing his ACL in his left knee last week in practice according to the Oregonian. 247 Sports list McCormick as a three star tight end from Bend, Oregon. He is listed as the third best Tight End in the State and twenty-third in the nation. He will have surgery tomorrow, according to a report from DuckTerritory.

McCormick will not be enrolling at the University of Oregon in January, but will likely in March of 2016. He is among the top athletes in the State of Oregon to choose the Ducks. He is disappointed he won’t be able to finish his Senior season with Summit High School. He will also have surgery to repair a torn meniscus as he prepares for the next level with the Oregon Ducks next season.

"“It’s so frustrating and disappointing. I’m going to miss my entire senior year now. I’m remaining positive and I plan on attacking this rehab aggressively. I have a great support system and I’ll be back a better version, Cam 2.0.”Oregon Recruit Cam McCormick On His ACL Injury and Looking Forward (to DuckTerritory)"

McCormick plans to start working with former New York Giants player Kevin Boss in order to prepare for the next step in his playing career with the Oregon Ducks. He is currently the lone Tight End in the 2016 Recruiting Class for the Oregon Ducks.

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