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2024 North Allegheny DL Cameron Chmura Continues to Bring in Division I Offers



The WPIAL Class of 2024 is filled with Division I prospects and headlined by names such as Belle Vernon athlete Quinton Martin, Central Catholic linebacker Anthony Speca and Aliquippa linebacker Cam Lindsey.

While those players get a lot of the attention, plenty of other talent exists here in Western Pennsylvania and those players are drawing the attention of plenty of coaches from around the country.

Some of the players that are starting to receive more attention from college staffs are Bishop Canevin safety Jason Cross, Keystone Oaks athlete Clinton Robinson, Norwin athlete Jackson Pons and North Allegheny’s Cameron Chmura.

Chmura is a 6-foot-3, 290-pound defensive lineman that is quietly stockpiling quite a few D-1 offers. On Monday, Chmura added an offer from Western Michigan to go along with FBS offers from Army, Central Michigan, James Madison, Kent State, UMass, Ohio and Navy, as well as FCS offers from Colgate, Columbia, Cornell, Fordham, Lafayette, Lehigh, Maine, New Hampshire, Penn and Yale.

“This last year has been very humbling, and I feel very blessed to have all of the opportunities that I have,” Chmura said. “I’m really trying to just enjoy it all. At times, it can be a lot to handle but it’s something that I’ve been prepared for. I just feel grateful for everything that I have right now.”

Courtesy Cameron Chmura

“Some of the advice I’ve gotten is to just be patient and to really try and build relationships with all of the coaches. I do try and do that with every school, when I visit and talk with a coach, I ask myself,  “Do I see myself playing here? What is the program like? What are the people around the program like?” If it’s a school that I’ve never been to, I’ll get a good look at the facilities, I try and really talk with the coaches and talk with my family about how we like the program and where it fits in with others.”

Chmura plays both offensive and defensive line at North Allegheny and earned a 1st team All-Conference honors for the WPIAL 6A Champions, but playing the defensive lineman will be where he plays in college.

“I’ve always gotten great compliments on my motor, on my effort and believe I show that a lot in my film,” Chmura said. “Coaches have also told me they like how I can get in the opposing backfield and disrupt plays with my technique. They tell me that’s what they really need, an interior defensive lineman that can stop the run and believe that I would be a great addition to their teams.”

“I definitely want to commit before my season starts sometime between July and August. I’m going to go out and camp at some Power Five schools and go see if I would fit in there. If I could possibly earn an opportunity there, that obviously would be something that I would really consider.”

Chmura says that despite all of the offers he’s collected, at this point, he hasn’t narrowed down that list of schools in order to determine where he’d like to make official visits to.

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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