VIDEO:UD's Worrilow looking to final game, NFL
By Don Voltz

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Senior linebacker and co-captain Paul Worrilow says his four years at Delaware have gone fast.

The former all-stater from Concord High School came to Delaware from Coffeyville Community College in Kansas, where he had gone to attract Division 1-A football offers.

Instead, after sitting out his year there, Worrilow decided to walk on at Delaware and he hasn't regretted the decision.

Worrilow will finish his career at Delaware as one of the all-time greats at his position, finishing as one of the leading tacklers in Blue Hen history.

Worrilow leads the CAA in tackles per game with 10.6 and is second in total tackles with 95 in 9 games.

Worrilow is a history education major at Delaware and says he would like to stay in touch with football by coaching....even if he has to delay that a little bit.

First, he says he's going to continue to work out and attend UD's pro day to try his hand at professional football. Delaware's press box has been filled this season with NFL scouts getting a look at the Wilmington native.

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