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Cam Crocker shows off new look
before heading to West Point

Cam Crocker before the mullet gets chopped off.
Oil City's Cam Crocker gets ready for West Point.
Oil City's Cam Crocker is ready for West Point now after getting his mullet chopped.

The trademark mullet that he's been nurturing since ninth grade came off at his graduation party June 10 -- a day after he received his high school diploma. Cam left for West Point on July 10.

The 6-4, 285-pound all-state lineman is believed to be the first Oiler to play football for a service academy. He signed his letter-of-intent Feb. 1.

The file on the senior two-way lineman (6-4, 285) and tight end:

  • Pa. Football Writers all-state OL

  • Jim Kelly YDL network all-D-10 OL

  • Erie Times News small school all-D-10 OL

  • D10 Offensive POY nominee by ETN

  • Mr. Pa. Football Terrific 10 Linemen (1A-3A)

  • Region 4 first team OL/DL

  • Started a school record 42 straight games

  • Oilers averaged 323 yards rushing during his career

  • 98 career tackles


But just one look was all it took and on July 10, off he went...

Mike Kilroy of exploreVenango tells the story.

Sans trademark mullet, Oil City's Cam Crocker heads to the West Point campus.
Cam Crocker's locker at West Point.

Settling in...8.1.23

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