McCormick takes in Oregon spring game

Bend (Ore.) Summit tight end Cam McCormick recaps his visit to Oregon last weekend and gives an update on his relationship with Ducks tight ends coach Tom Osborne.

Bend (Ore.) Summit tight end Cam McCormick hasn’t had to worry about football recruiting for weeks since he verbally committed to Oregon back in February. Everything is still solid between him and Oregon, he told, and last weekend McCormick took in the Oregon spring game and got a preview of what awaits him at the next level.

“It was a really, really fun time,” he said. “It just made me want to be out of high school and already at U of O playing and being a part of that family.”

Among those in attendance included fellow 2016 Oregon prospects such as Conner Crist and Brady Breeze, who will be McCormick’s teammate next fall in Eugene. Having the opportunity to pal around with them was something McCormick enjoyed.

“It was really fun to be able to meet up with them and just kind of hang out with them, get to know them better,” he said. “Because Brady is going to be a teammate of mine and I’m excited to get to know him more and try to build a relationship.”

Earlier this week, Oregon tight ends coach Tom Osborne stopped by the school to evaluate McCormick. The two didn’t speak, but should get a chance to later this month when Osborne is expected to stop by again. The relationship between the two is steadily growing according to McCormick.

“It’s really good,” he said. “I feel comfortable with him and I think he feels comfortable with me. I think I’m their kind of guy.”

Spring football is about to get underway at Summit at the end of the month. During that time, McCormick said he'll work on running sharper routes and catching the football.

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