|High School:||Loyola Academy|
Coach Mangurian on Paul Delaney: Big leg, can change field position. Improved with his punting as far as pinning opponents inside the 20. Tough mentally, expects a lot of himself and is accountable and self motivated. Puts in the film time to study and work on his technique. He is a weapon and I trust him in critical situations. Need to identify his back up.
2012: Played in all 10 games as the Lions’ starting punter … punted 67 times for 2653 yards … averaged 39.6 yards per punt and placed 14 kicks inside the 20-yard line … longest boot was 73 yards against Harvard, which ranked second in the Ivy League in 2012 … boomed a 59-yard punt and induced three fair catches against Marist … recorded a 57-yard punt versus Princeton … Had two punts over 50 yards, including a 60-yarder at Lehigh … recorded a season-high three kicks over 50 yards, placing two inside the 20-yard line at Harvard.
2011: Totaled 2029 yards on 57 punts for an average of 35.6 yards per punt ... added a long punt of 67 yards and pinned 15 punts inside the twenty.
2010: Saw junior varsity action.
At Loyola Academy: Two-year starter ... averaged 42.5 yards per punt ... ranked No. 1 Nationally by MaxPreps ... Chicago Tribune First Team all-state ... Chicago Sun-Times all-area team ... also named to Chicago Catholic League All-Conference Team ... No. 12 national ranking, according to Kornblue Kicking ... four-star rating by Kohl's Kicking.
Personal: Sociology major.