Dee Delaney, CB, Citadel
NFL Draft analysis for Dee Delaney, CB, Citadel
Draft Prospect Outlook:
Could get drafted on his ball skills alone. Plus downfield speed but not a twitchy player. Extra weight allows him to be a quality run-stopper.
Recruited out of Beaufort, SC, Delaney joined The Citadel, starting in 36 of his 37 appearances. He had 13 interceptions in three years with the program, being named a Walter Camp All-American twice and a first-team AP All-American as a junior. Delaney then joined Miami as a graduate transfer for the 2017 season, making 38 total tackles (1.5 for loss) with one interception, which came in a close win at Florida State. He also recovered a fumble while making five tackles in the Orange Bowl against Wisconsin. -- R.J. White
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