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Name: Cam McCormick (+) 09-11-21 Achilles INJ/Out for 2021
College: Oregon     Number: 84
Height: 6-5   Weight: 259
Position: TE  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2022

40 Low: 4.62
   40 Time: 4.72
  40 High: 4.80
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Height: 6046
Weight: 259

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: (+) 09-11-21 Achilles INJ/Out for 2021...2020: NAC...2019: (+) Sept 2019 Ankle INJ/Out for 2019

 Cam McCormick, Oregon, Player News

  08/23/21 - TE Cam McCormickrSr/2022, Oregon, 6-5, 259 (DS#88 TE) + More +

  Cam McCormick's football career the last three years has been a revolving door of surgeries, setbacks, more surgeries and more setbacks. But with less than three weeks until Oregon opens its season at home against Fresno State, the sixth-year senior tight end from Bend is on track to play for the first time since he was the opening-game starter in 2018. When that happens, "I might shed a tear, I don't know," fellow tight end Spencer Webb said recently. "I know what he's been through. I know what his family's been through with that situation. I'm going to be freaking the loudest one on the sideline going crazy. I'll probably run on the field and get a penalty. I'm excited for him and can't wait for that moment." It's been a wild ride for the 6-5, 259-pound McCormick, whose athleticism and pass-catching skills moved him to the top of the depth chart as a redshirt sophomore.

However, late in the first quarter against Bowling Green at Autzen Stadium on Sept. 1, 2018, McCormick caught a pass from Justin Herbert and was tackled for a 2-yard loss that sent him into a three-year tailspin. McCormick broke his fibula and tore the deltoid ligament in his ankle on that play, sidelining him for what he assumed would be just the rest of the season. It became a considerably longer recovery. - Register Guard


(DS#88 TE) rSr/2022 TE Cam McCormickOregon
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  08/10/21 - TE Cam McCormickrSr/2022, Oregon, 6-5, 259 (DS#88 TE) + More +

  It's been over 1,000 days since Cam McCormick has played in a football game. One thousand and seventy to be exact. And if you have to ask who's counting, you've missed the tumultuous and brutal journey of the oft-injured Oregon tight end. Nearing three years since he broke his fibula in the 2018 season opener against Bowling Green, having missed the 2019 season due to a broken ankle and last season as well, McCormick was back on the practice field as a full participant with the Ducks when they opened fall camp Friday morning at the Hatfield-Dowlin Complex.

"He looked really good," Oregon coach Mario Cristobal said. "It's very promising watching him run around out there. Cam's journey in particular has been a roller coaster but there's a lot of heart there. There's certainly a lot of logged reps, a lot of football experience, a good football IQ and a want-to. He's gone through what he's gone through to be able to do it. "The time is here now. We feel very optimistic this is going to be a really good season for him. So let's take it day by day, move forward and hopefully we'll get a good season for Cam and the Ducks." It was the first time outside observers had seen McCormick fully participate in a practice since the 2019 preseason. - The Oregonian


(DS#88 TE) rSr/2022 TE Cam McCormickOregon
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  10/02/20 - TE Cam McCormickrSr/2022, Oregon, 6-5, 259 (DS#88 TE) + More +

  Replacing Jake Breeland is easier than it should be only because he unfortunately missed the second half of last season, but his production capability was second to none at the position. Ryan Bay did yeoman's work and his loss will be more significant than some might believe. Hunter Kampmoyer returns, but how much the Ducks utilize the tight end in the receiving game hinges most on Cam McCormick's health and Spencer Webb. McCormick hasn't played in over two years but he has by far the greatest upside. It's been said before and it'll be said again, if he can stay healthy, he could be a massive weapon for Oregon's offense and a major contributor. His receiving prowess is most notable but McCormick is also the most well rounded of Oregon's tight ends, so he can stay on the field in uptempo situations and limit offensive personnel options. - The Oregonian

(DS#88 TE) rSr/2022 TE Cam McCormickOregon
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  04/09/20 - TE Cam McCormickrSr/2022, Oregon, 6-5, 259 (DS#88 TE) + More +

  Oregon tight end Cam McCormick, who missed all but a portion of one game over the last two seasons due to injury, was granted a waiver from the NCAA for an additional two seasons of eligibility, his mother confirmed to The Oregonian/OregonLive. Cam McCormick broke his leg during the 2018 season opener against Bowling Green and missed 2019 due to an offseason high-ankle sprain that required season-ending surgery. Duck Territory first reported the additional eligibility granted to McCormick, who was due to be a senior this fall, which was confirmed by his mother, Debra McCormick. Cam McCormick redshirted in 2016 and had six catches for 89 yards and a touchdown in 2017. He's one of five scholarship tight ends on Oregon's roster. - The Oregonian

(DS#88 TE) rSr/2022 TE Cam McCormickOregon
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  09/16/19 - TE Cam McCormickrSr/2022, Oregon, 6-5, 259 (DS#88 TE) + More +

  Oregon tight end Cam McCormick will miss the rest of the season with an ankle injury. McCormick dressed and participated in warmups before the Ducks' games against Nevada and last week against Montana but did not play. He was hampered by the injury throughout preseason camp. "We have tried. Cam's got a tremendous heart, he's a hard worker. I know he's been through a lot and he's been pushing trying to get there but due to the nature of the injury he's going to be fine.

But it is best - in his best interest, in the best interest of the team - that he have this year to heal up and then come back and join us next season and in spring ball with the offseason workouts," Ducks coach Mario Cristobal said at Monday's media availability. It is the second straight season McCormick has been sidelined by injury. He sat out last year after breaking his leg in the season opener against Bowling Green. A native of Bend, Oregon, McCormick redshirted his freshman year. He appeared in 13 games in 2018, with six catches for 89 yards and a touchdown. - AP College Football


(DS#88 TE) rSr/2022 TE Cam McCormickOregon
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