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Posted On: 10/29/18 12:17 AM
Deep III was one of the more underrated teams from Oregon this past summer, and Cam Feik was a part of that success. The hard-working 5-foot-11, 160 point point guard worked hard on both ends for the squad, helping them win plenty of games and advance far in some tournaments. He’s looking forward to this upcoming year at Wilsonville High School, and the summer is what got him on the right track.
“Deep III was really fun – I liked the guys and PJ (Gilbert) is a great coach and we built a great relationship,” Feik said. “I felt like individually it was probably my best summer; I started every game and we made a lot of noise in Vegas and really competed against teams. I did good attacking the basket, I used to stay outside and shoot threes but now I attack the basket and set up my teammates before I do that.”
Deep III played in quite a few tournaments this summer, which gave its players the opportunity to play in front of college coaches. Multnomah and Chemeketa are two that have shown some early interest in Feik, and he’s open to all possibilities at this point. “I don’t really care – I just want to play basketball,” Feik said. “I’ll play anywhere.”
The focus for the Idaho native is on his senior year. He spent last year at Lakeridge and is fitting in with Wilsonville, helping organize their fall league team which has been doing well in the HoopSource fall league.
“The transition has been super good,” Feik said. “We’re super talented at Wilsonville. With my role, at the beginning of the year I’ll have to integrate with the team and the coach but by the middle of the year I’ll be able to prove myself. I’ll provide defense and toughness.”