Solid Feldt

Pilot Point offensive lineman Cam Feldt (6-5, 290) committed to Arkansas before his junior season and the Texas standout remains steadfast in that pledge.

Pilot Point (Texas) High offensive lineman Cam Feldt made one thing clear at Saturday's University of Arkansas Junior Day.

While Feldt (6-5, 290) appreciates the attention he is getting from the other schools, he's as solid as a commitment can be to the Razorbacks.

"It's nice that other schools are interested, but I am going to be a Razorback," Felt said. "I don't want to make anybody here upset or have any of the other schools waste their time. I am going to Arkansas."

Feldt – the only 2010 commitment that Arkansas has right now – pledged to be a Razorback after going to the UA's Seniors Camp last summer.

"It's been a really good decision for me and I am very confident in my decision," Feldt said. "Arkansas' facilities are great and it is second to none."

The season-ending win over LSU didn't hurt his thoughts either.

"It really did," Feldt said. "I am excited about the upcoming years for Arkansas and I am hoping to be a building block for them in a potential national championship team."

Feldt was one of four players with Arkansas offers – all from Texas - on hand among over 100 prospects that showed up for the Junior Day.

The three others are Austin Woods of Rockwall and the brother duo of quarterback Matt and offensive lineman Luke Joeckel of Arlington.

Feldt is friends with the Joeckel and is working on them for Arkansas.

"They are very good players and I am letting them know what a great place Arkansas is," Feldt said. "I think they see that for themselves."

Pilot Point had a very successful 2008 season in Class 2A Division 1 football in Texas before losing to eventual state champ Muleshoe.

"It went really well and we made it all the way to the semifinals," Feldt said. "We ended up 12-2. For me it was the best year I have had individually."

He is striving to improve in one specific area.

"I want to work on my footwork in the pass protection area," Feldt said. "The things that we do when we pass pro are not the same as colleges."

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