Data Scout Notes: 2017: Grad Transfer from The Citadel/NAC...**2016: WCamp...P1stC/P1stM...2015: 1stC/FCS1st...P3rdC...2014: ARTC
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Draft Scout Dee Delaney News
02/28/17 - Miami’s defensive backfield got a boost this week with the commitment of graduate transfer Dee Delaney, an NFL prospect eligible to compete right away in 2017. Delaney was an FCS All-American this fall playing cornerback for The Citadel. Over his career, he started 36 games and finished second in program history in career interceptions (13) and fourth in passes defended (32). “Well while one chapter in my book has ended another one is beginning,” Delaney wrote on his Instagram page. “Deciding to come to The Citadel was one of the hardest decisions I have ever made and now deciding to leave is even harder. The friendships I have made here will last forever. The Citadel has made me into a better and much mature person and for that all I can say is Thank you! I will be transferring to the University of Miami to finish up my senior football season. Thanks for all the support and much love!” Delaney will finish the semester at The Citadel and join the Hurricanes after spring practice. Miami is losing Corn Elder from the defensive backfield and a ton of production on offense, including quarter Brad Kaaya, so getting Delaney’s experience and ability is a huge boost for this fall. - Chip Patterson, CBS Sports
12/26/16 - 2016 WALTER CAMP NATIONAL FCS ALL-AMERICAN: DB Dee Delaney, The Citadel,...Delaney recorded 35 tackles, six interceptions, eight pass breakups and one fumble recovery in 2016. His interceptions total tied for third on The Citadel's single-season list, and his 14 total passes defended tied for fourth in a season in program history. Delaney's six interceptions ranked first in the Southern Conference and tied for third in FCS in 2016, and his passes defended total ranked second in the SoCon. He was one of five FCS defenders with two multiple-interception games in 2016, grabbing two against Furman and making interceptions on back-to-back plays in the second round of the FCS Playoffs against Wofford. - The Citadel Football
10/23/16 - Cody Clark nailed a 21-yard field goal in overtime that lifted The Citadel past Wofford 24-21 on Saturday, capping a game that featured stout defensive plays at the end of regulation and OT. With The Citadel (7-0, 5-0 Southern Conference) trailing 21-14 late in the game, defensive back Kailik Williams charged into the backfield on a blitz and grabbed a Wofford quarterback pitch out of midair with one hand, racing 13 yards to tie the game with 5:57 to play. The Citadel then blocked a potential 49-yard game-winning field goal with 1:10 to play. In overtime, two plays after taking the lead on Clark's field goal, the Bulldogs' Joe Crochet forced a Wofford fumble (recovered by Ben Roberts) to claim the win, making it The Citadel's best start in program history. The Bulldogs are fifth-ranked in the FCS. Wofford (4-3, 2-2) outgained The Citadel 343-240 in total yards, but suffered four turnovers. - AP Sports
10/15/16 - SEPT 12 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Dee Delaney, The Citadel, Jr., DB, Beaufort, S.C.,...Dee Delaney helped the Bulldogs’ defense hold Furman to 14 points as The Citadel claimed a 19-14 win Saturday night. The junior’s first interception came late in the first quarter when Delaney picked off P.J. Blazejowski at The Citadel’s 35-yard line. He picked off his second pass of the game early in the fourth quarter with the Bulldogs trailing, 14-13. Delaney added four tackles in the win. Other Nominees: Brandon Gurley (Mercer), Shaheed Salmon (Samford), Vantrel McMillan (Chattanooga), Greg Sanders (VMI), Fred Payne (Western Carolina) and Jojo Tillery (Wofford). - Southern Conference Football