The Colorado Buffaloes has a new junior college commitment at a position of strength. Meet Delrick Adams, who made his solid verbal as a new cornerback for the rising Colorado defense. The Buffs have had a stronger pass defense every season, and Adams should only add to it.
Adams got offers from a bunch of major Power 5 programs, including Arizona State, Arkansas, Mississippi State, Oklahoma State, UCLA and West Virginia. Adams ended up picking Colorado over Mississippi State and Oklahoma State.
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
Here are some notes on Abrams from Ralphie Report:
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.
Adams is ranked as the 41st best junior college prospect and the 4th best junior college cornerback.