Dudeck: Navy always his No. 1 school

Athlete Cameron Dudeck of The Hun School of Princeton (Princeton, N.J.) signed with Navy on Wednesday, February 5th. Look inside quotes from Dudeck and a Signing Day photo.

"It started out with me sending Navy my junior highlights," said Cameron Dudeck. "They liked me going into camp and said they liked me even more after it. A few weeks later I received their offer. They were always my number one school so I knew if they did I would commit. I did 10 minutes after they offered me. I've wanted to go there ever since I was a kid.

"I love that I'm going to have the opportunity to serve my country. My older brother, Brenden, goes there and is on the football team so I got wasn't on the outside looking in. I had a good feel for the brotherhood and how the team feels like one big family. I'm excited for the chance to play football and this is a team that expects to win.

"I just wet on my official visit. I love the whole coaching staffs' attitude. Coach Niumatalolo is a great guy. I got to sit down with him in his office. I got to hag around with my brother and his friends. They were all very welcoming to me.

"I was recruited as an athlete. I an play wide receiver or defensive back, but I think I'm going to start out at A-back. I'm going in to win and carry my leadership into my first year at the academy to be a big contributor to the teams' success."

Dudeck, 5-foot-10, 185-pounds, was a three-year starter at The Hun School. He was named first team all-State Prep School on offense and defense and all-League on offense and defense as a senior. Dudeck will spend his first year at the Naval Academy Prep School.



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