The Buffs added a very important piece to the puzzle for the 2018 class. CU needed experience, depth, and talent in the defensive backfield, and they got all three with the commitment of Delrick Abrams.
Abrams is a junior college transfer from Independence Community College in Kansas and originally from Varnardo High School in Louisiana. He had no offers coming out of high school due to his out-of-the-way football team and blew up in junior college. He held offers from Arizona State, Arkansas, Memphis, Mississippi State, Oklahoma State, UCLA, and West Virginia. At the end, it was between CU, Mississippi State, and OSU, and the Buffs won out.
I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again, Delrick is a classic Coach MacIntyre defensive back. Long, athletic, quick-twitch, and instinctual. His tape shows a physical player who likes to play in press coverage. Sound familiar? Abrams high-points the ball well and sticks to the receiver.
Blessed to announce that I am commit to University of Colorado #BBG#CU #RepThaVillage #MoneyGang pic.twitter.com/EokunQeQSW— Delrick Abrams Jr (@AbramsDelrickjr) July 14, 2017