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Here is some stuff to check.
If you have a PATS theft system then it can disable the fuel. The light should flash on the dash with the key out. With the key in the run position the light should come on solid and stay out permanent not flash rapid.
You need to see if you are getting fuel pressure to the fuel rail by checking it with a gauge.
Make sure the fuel reset is not tipped
Check the injector pulse. With the key in run one wire will have power and the other wire will get a pulse ground signal from the PCM. You can wire in a 12 volt bulb to one injector and crank the engine to see if it flashes. The PCM uses the cam sensor to determine injector pulse timing
The PATS can disable crank or fuel or spark. It is differnt on every vehicle. My super duty disables spark but still cranks. Fuel reset is not a cause now since you stated you do have fuel pressure.
Cam sensor is above the water pump in front of the intake
Dont forget to check injector pulse as well. previously outlined steps to check