Cam Shorey is an American professional football defensive end who played for the New Hampshire Wildcats. Growing up, he played basketball but later decided to make football his career.
Cam Shorey was born on 16th February 1993, in Baltimore, Maryland, United States, to Kevin Shorey and Kirsten Shorey. His star sign is. By nationality, he is an American and belongs to white ethnicity. He enrolled at Phillips Exeter Academy.
As of 2018, Shorey's net worth is under review.
In 2011, Cam Shorey started playing basketball for Coach Bill Glennon as a defensive end and played tight at Phillips Exeter. He won the Robert E. Mason Award as the team co-MVP and Class A All-New England First Team. Also, he was ranked as the top TE in New England by Scout.com.
Further, he co-captain on Phillips Exeter’s basketball team. Shorey was a part of two AAU championship teams in Maine.
Upon graduation, Cam Shorey joined the University of New Hampshire and joined the UHN Wildcat team. In his redshirt season, he played a tight end and won CAA Commissioner's Academic Award. The following season, he registered his career first sack in the NCAA first round against Lafayette. He finished the season, playing in 13 of 15 games and was transitioned to defensive end in spring 2012.
In 2014 season, Shorey he recorded 17 tackles appearing in all 14 games and the next season he started all 12 games with 42 tackles.
In his last season with Wildcat, Shorey led his side with ten tackles for loss and had three sacks, one forced fumble and tallied first career interception in FCS playoff loss at James Madison.
Standing six feet four inches tall, Cam Shorey has kept his personal life private. He has shared less to no information about his love life, not even his relationship status. Also, he is inactive on social sites such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
With limited information about his private life, the football defensive end is possibly single and unmarried.