Cam Serigne
Cam  Serigne

RS Senior

Ashburn, VA

High School:
Briar Woods

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 240




Five Demon Deacons Named to All-ACC Academic Team

Wendell Dunn, Justin Herron, Luke Masterson, Cam Serigne and John Wolford were named to the All-ACC Academic Team Wednesday.


Wolford, Serigne Named ACC Players of the Week

John Wolford and Cam Serigne named ACC Players of the Week for their performance against Syracuse this past Saturday


Offense Erupts as Wake Forest Trounces Louisville, 42-32

Greg Dortch totaled a program-record four touchdowns and 167 receiving yards, while John Wolford was 28-for-34 for 461 yards and five TDs.


Serigne Named National Football Foundation Campbell Trophy Semifinalist

The National Football Foundation’s Campbell Trophy which is awarded each year to college football’s top scholar-athlete


Serigne Named John Mackey Tight End of the Week

Senior had two catches for 52 yards including a 45-yard touchdown reception against Utah State


Cam Serigne - Weekly Press Conference

Cam Serigne met with the media in the weekly press conference (Nov. 4)


2017 Belk Bowl

Wake Forest played Texas A&M in the 2017 Belk Bowl, held on Dec. 29 at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C.


Wake Forest vs. NC State

The Demon Deacons and Wolfpack faced off at BB&T Field on Saturday, Nov. 18.


Florida State @ Wake Forest

Florida State @ Wake Forest


Wake Forest vs. Utah State

The Wake Forest Demon Deacons defeated the Utah State Aggies, 46-10, on Sept. 16, 2017 at BB&T Field.


Wake Forest vs. Presbyterian

The Wake Forest Demon Deacons defeated the Presbyterian Blue Hose, 51-7, on Thursday, Aug. 31 at BB&T Field.

Cam Serigne Profile

2016 (Redshirt Junior)
Led the team with a 14.2 yards per catch average ... Opened the season with a team-high three catches for 15 yards vs. Tulane ... Caught a 23-yard pass at Duke (9/10) ... Had a 34-yard catch vs. Delaware down to the 9 and set up a John Wolford touchdown run ... Had four receptions and a team-high 68 yards in receiving vs. Syracuse (10/8) ... Had a critical 28-yard reception in the fourth quarter that started Wake Forest’s final offensive scoring drive ... Missed the FSU game with an injury ... Returned vs. Army West Point (10/29) and had two receptions for 34 yards including a 27-yard catch ... Led the Deacons with six receptions vs. Boston College (11/26) ... Had a 3-yard TD catch from John Wolford vs. the Eagles ... Scored Wake Forest’s first touchdown in the Military Bowl victory over Temple with a 41-yard reception from John Wolford ... Finished the game with three catches and tied his season-high with 68 yards receiving ... Academic All-ACC selection ... Named to the John Mackey Preseason Watch List ... Third team Preseason All-ACC by Athlon ... Rated the No. 7 TE in the nation by Lindy’s ... Third team preseason All-ACC by Lindy’s ... Played 850 snaps with a high of 97 vs. Indiana ... Awarded his third varsity letter.

2015 (Redshirt Sophomore)
Enters his junior season tied for third in school history in career receptions by a tight end with 100 ... Ranks third in career receiving yards by a TE (1,093) and holds the school mark for career TD catches by a TE with nine ... Has caught a pass in all 24 career games ... Honorable mention All-ACC pick by the ACC coaches and by the media ... Was second on the team with 46 receptions on the year and third with 562 receiving yards ... Tied for the team lead with four TD receptions ... Started 11 of 12 games as a sophomore, missing only the North Carolina start due to a formation ... Had three catches for 60 yards including a second quarter 10-yard TD pass from John Wolford in the opener vs. Elon ... Caught a 1-yard scoring pass from John Wolford at North Carolina (10/17) ... ACC Receiver of the Week Nov. 5 vs. FSU ... Caught a career-high 10 passes for 83 yards and one touchdown ... The touchdown came on a 7-yard pass from Kendall Hinton in the second quarter and pulled the Demon Deacons to within four points at 14-10 ... Caught career-long 49 yard reception vs. Duke ... Picked up his first 100-yard receiving game vs. Duke with 135 yards on five catches including a 10-yard touchdown catch ... Member of Wake Forest's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.

2014 (Redshirt Freshman)
Led Wake Forest in receiving with 54 receptions for 531 yards and five touchdowns ... Set school record for receptions in a season by a tight end ... His 54 receptions broke the school record for catches by a redshirt freshman ... Finished sixth in the ACC in receptions per game at 4.5 ... Was the second-highest rated freshman in the category behind Clemson's Artavis Scott ... Received votes for ACC Offensive Rookie of the Year (won by QB Brad Kaaya of Miami) ... Third in the nation in 2014 in receptions by a tight end with 54 (Jannu Smith, FIU had 61; Casey Pierce, Kent St, had 60) ... Led all freshmen tight ends nationally in receptions and receiving yards (54-531) ... Named honorable mention All-ACC by ACSMA ... Second team Freshman All-American by College Football News and third team by Athlon ... Named to the ACC All-Academic Team ... Member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Had seven games with five or more receptions ... Season-high with seven receptions for 91 yards at Utah State ... Had touchdown receptions vs. Army, Syracuse and Duke and two vs. Clemson ... Longest TD reception of the season was 17 yards at Duke.

2013 (True Freshman)
Redshirted the season.

High School
A 2013 graduate of Briar Woods High School in Ashburn, Va. ... Helped Briar Woods to a 15-0 record in 2012 and a 42-3 combined record from 2010-12 ... Led the Falcons to three consecutive AA Div. 4 state titles from 2010-12 ... Earned first team all-state honors as a tight end and was also all-region as a defensive end ... First team All-Washington Metro ... Had 56 receptions for 937 yards and 11 touchdowns while serving as a captain in 2012 ... Had a 30-yard interception return for a touchdown in a first round playoff win over Powhatan in 2012 ... Set Briar Woods' career records for receptions, receiving yards and touchdown catches ... Selected to the South team in the 2012 Chesapeake Bowl ... Earned first team all-district, all-region and all-state as a junior ... Had 53 receptions for 709 yards and 10 touchdowns during the 2011 seaso ... Had 43 receptions for 438 yards as a sophomore ... Played for Coach Charlie Pierce ... Also lettered in baseball ... Ranked as the No. 45 tight end in the class of 2013 by Scout.com ... Had offers from James Madison, Air Force and Ohio ... Recruited by Steed Lobotzke.

Son of David and Michelle Serigne ... Born Aug. 6, 1994 ... Name is pronounced "SAIR-in-yay".