It still is early for Cameron Feguer, but the DeWitt sophomore offensive tackle already is starting to see some interest from colleges.
The 6-foot-5, 280-pound Feguer said receiving contact from colleges after his freshman season, which he has been excited about.
”I have been dreaming of it my whole life,” Feuger said. “It has been almost a dream come true as I start getting more and more attention.
”Right now, I’m in the early stages so it hasn’t really hit me yet.”
Before starting his sophomore season, he made camp stops at a pair of schools, while he also was invited to camp at Nebraska, while he has been hearing from Division 1 Northwood University.
He said the feedback at both schools was similar, while he gained more knowledge of technique and smarts of the position.
“Just keep working and keep going,” he said. “The normal stuff and keep working on all my skills.”
As he plays through his sophomore season with the Panthers, Feguer said he focus is on improving his footwork.
”I have the size, so I just need to bring the footwork,” he said. “Probably just staying low and all that stuff, staying low, but I feel like I’m playing pretty physical and driving some guys back. That’s a strong suit. My pass blocking is pretty good right now, too.”