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BravoBeach95

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He might visit Miami and transfer. Hope he doesn't.
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Oh no!  Surely not.....
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BravoBeach95

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Let's hope he doesn't go. But if he does let's wish him well. He is a true Citadel man and a great champion.
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I'd hate to see him go. It's not like he isn't considered a great CB. Look at the kid from Samford the panthers took in the second round, you don't have to go to a "big school" to be drafted in the top rounds!
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UM targets another veteran cornerback:


http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/spt-columns-blogs/barry-jackson/article133703089.html

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This post is to clear up some confusion, or maybe I'm the only one. Are the below statements correct:

Normally a player can't transfer from a FCS school to a FBS school without burning a year of eligibility. Dee has one year of eligibility left. However, if a student athlete is entering graduate school they can transfer from a FCS school to a FBS school (without burning a year of eligibility) provided the FBS school offers a degree of study the FCS school does not and the student athlete can meet admission requirements for said degree.
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Hope he doesn't go.
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I hope he doesn't transfer, he will make out team better next year and it will hurt to lose him.  I am sure that University of Miami offers graduate degrees in subjects that The Citadel does not offer.  If he thinks he will improve his chance for a higher place in the draft I can understand him going.  I don't know if that is true, and I certainly hope he doesn't decided to leave.  I hope someone he trust encourages him to finish at The Citadel.
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http://www.postandcourier.com/sports/citadel-all-american-dee-delaney-eyeing-transfer-to-miami/article_40e8d7f2-f6c8-11e6-86ea-df4befb3e8ec.html
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You hope he feels loyalty to the school and program, transferring won't affect his getting drafted.
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Man, that's the kind of news that makes one's stomach hurt and gives you a queasy feeling. 

If he does transfer and gets drafted, he will always be known to the football world as being recruited from Miami, and none will ever hear about The Citadel.  To say nothing else about the loss for the team. 

I really hope he says.  Please Dee!
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Gut feeling....

....he's gone.

Another blow to overcome. Every time we lose someone, the answer is "we recruited well" or "we have depth." I hope this is the end of the roster changes! Not sure if we can survive many more!

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My thoughts also is that he will be refered to as from UM not The Citadel.
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Assuming he goes to UM, part of it depends on how successful he is at Miami. He is an AA at The Citadel. If he is "Joe Average" at Miami, his most impressive resume experience is with the Dogs. Regardless, the NFL will relay whatever alma mater he tells them to report. If drafted, he likely won't complete a graduate degree at UM anyway. He could easily have them say "Citadel." In addition, being a Cit-grad in the NFL is noteworthy. I suspect you may see Miami/Citadel listed. Announcers will certainly call out his AA status at El CID and military school background as they have with Jervey, Allen, Roberts, etc.
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He has more to lose by transferring, the higher talent level could make him look like an average prospect. Show some loyalty and stay with YOUR school
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