Four years ago Keyjuan Selby and Taronn Selby signed to play at Delaware State University and now the twin brothers are chasing the NFL dream together.
The two brothers excelled at their positions at DSU, where Keyjuan Selby was a defensive back and Taronn Selby was a wide receiver.
The five-foot-11 inch, 175 pound defensive back had 165 tackles, three interceptions, 29 break ups and 32 pass deflections in four seasons at DSU.
In his four seasons at Delaware State , Selby was honored with numerous accolades including MEAC Football All-Academic (2018), All-MEAC Conference Second Team (2018), FCS Senior Bowl Defensive MVP (2018), Preseason All-MEAC First Team selection (2018),Phil Steele All-MEAC Second Team (2017) and All-MEAC Honors (2017).
Check Out Selby’s Highlights
Clip courtesy of Keyjuan Selby YouTube Page
At Delaware’s Pro Day with scouts from all 32 teams there, Selby was ready to show them he was NFL ready. Selby’s 4.45 time for the 40 yard dash would have had him tied in top 10 among the defensive backs who ran at the NFL Combine.
K. Selby’s Pro Day Numbers
Here is what College2Pro.com Scouting Report on Keyjuan Selby
“Primarily used in press-man coverage, he shows good awareness. Takes enormous pride in coverage technique and is not afraid to support the run fast. He’ll drive into the ball carrier. He was fifth overall on the team in solo tackles (34) and seventh in combined (45). Good character kid with team leader mentality. Great hand eye coordination. Adjusts well to the football. Good pound-for-pound strength.”
The five-foot-11 inch, 175 pound wide receiver had 1,012 receiving yards, five receiving touchdowns and 188 kick return yards in four seasons at DSU.
In his four seasons at Delaware State , Selby was honored with numerous accolades including Phil Steele Preseason All-MEAC selection (2018), MEAC Football All-Academic (2018) and FCS National Senior Bowl Invitee (2018).
Check Out Selby’s Highlights
Clip courtesy of Taronn Selby YouTube Page
At Delaware’s Pro Day, Selby was ready to show off his skills to NFL scouts in attendance. Selby’s 4.41 time for the 40 yard dash would have had him tied in the eighth position among the wide receivers who ran at the NFL Combine.
T.Selby’s Pro Day Numbers
Here is what College2Pro.com Scouting Report on Taronn Selby
“Feel like I’m watching a running back trapped in a receiver’s body when watching Taronn play. That is a compliment due to his fight for extra yards and commitment to stay on his feet. He is a fighter with the ball in his hands. Gets to stop speed quickly and despite not being oversized he’ll is tough to bring down. He is a guy who can be moved around the field and dispersed in a variety of ways.
He shows good change of direction. He displays elusiveness in the open field and can start and stop quickly and reaccelerate to top speed. Works back to the ball and adjusts to it very well. Not a polished route runner and may struggle off tight press coverage.”