Abrams signs National Letter of Intent with Colorado University

Published 12:10 am Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Delrick Abrams has signed a National Letter of Intent to attend the University of Colorado and play football for the Buffaloes.
Abrams said he felt like it was the best decision. He said that he and his family prayed about it and talked about it.
“I love the coaching staff there. It’s a great place to be at,” Abrams said.
Abrams said the campus is beautiful.
“They have mountains all around the campus, the sun and the snow. I’m kind of used to the cold right now, so it doesn’t really phase me.”
Abrams is a 2015 Varnado High School graduate. He played safety, quarterback and receiver.
Over the last two years, Abrams has been a cornerback Independence Community College in Kansas, where he completed his sophomore season this year.
“The transition (from safety to cornerback), it was easy for me,” he said. “Just being an athlete going in, learning technique and the plays.”
Abrams said he’s super excited to play Division I football.
“It’s just a blessing for me. Me not having an offer out of high school and now I’m doing something big in the PAC-12, a power five conference.”
Abrams has been consistent in his two years at Independence. He has posted 61 total tackles over the two seasons — 31 this year, and 30 last season. He has intercepted four passes, broken up nine and recorded 41 solo stops.
Abrams is a business and management major.