University of Miami Athletics

Cam McCormick


Tight End




260 lbs.


Redshirt Senior


Bend, Ore.

High School


Previous School






Cam McCormick - Football - University of Miami Athletics

Before Miami: Spent first seven seasons of career at OregonEarned Capital One Orange Bowl-FWAA Courage Award in final year, given to player who best displays courage on or off field, including overcoming injury or physical handicap, preventing disaster or living through hardship … Played full season for the first time since 2017 in 2022, appearing in all 13 games for Ducks while making six starts…Finished year with career-high 10 receptions for 66 yards and three touchdowns, tied for third-most on team…Six of 10 receptions and two of three touchdowns came in  first four games of season…Played 366 offensive snaps, earning 71.4 pass-blocking grade from Pro Football Focus…Played in two games as senior in 2021 before suffering season-ending injury…Missed 2020 pandemic-shortened season due to injury…Missed 2019 season due to injury…Sustained season-ending injury in season opener against Bowling Green in 2018…Played in all 13 games as redshirt freshman in 2017, making two starts against California (Sept. 30) and Arizona (Nov. 18)…Had six catches for 89 yards and one touchdown…Had first touchdown catch of career against Utah in 2017…Redshirted 2016 season.

High School: Enrolled at Oregon in January of 2016 … Consensus three-star prospect by ESPN, Rivals and 247Sports … Entered 2015 season rated as the No. 1 tight end prospect in the western half of the country (247Sports) before a leg injury sidelined him for the remainder of his senior season after two games … Rated No. 2 player in Oregon by ESPN … Tabbed No. 17 tight end in class by Rivals … Put together career totals of 51 catches for 694 yards (13.6 avg.) and 10 touchdowns … Named PrepStar All-West Region selection and 2014 all-state honorable mention choice (The Oregonian) … Claimed first-team All-Intermountain League tight end honors after grabbing 35 receptions for 491 yards and eight touchdowns as a junior for the Storm … Helped Summit HS win the 5A state championship (12-1) over Ashland in 2015 … Totaled 49 tackles in 2014, including four quarterback sacks and was credited with three forced fumbles with three pass breakups … Received second-team all-league accolades on defense as a sophomore in addition to honorable mention conference kudos on offense.