Delaware safety Nasir Adderley‘s expert day ended early on Friday due to a pulled hamstring suffered while conducting the 40-yard dashboard.

Adderley competed in four events before becoming hurt. The top rated FCS-level prospect didn’t compete in the drills at the NFL Combine because of a previous foot injury.

He had been the featured attraction in Delaware’s expert day, projected for your first or next round in the April 25-27 draft in Nashville, Tennessee.

Adderley quantified in at 6 feet, 203 pounds. Delaware Athletics reported he timed 4.54 moments in the 40 inspite of the injury, had a 39-inch vertical jump and a 16-9 broad hop with 1-9 reps on the 225-pound seat press.

Then, Adderley was upbeat and he could be ready to contribute anyway he’s asked at the next level. He played cornerback and safety in his Hens career. He is also likely to contribute on special teams.

“I am confident I will play anywhere,” he explained.

A rangy player who tackles hard, Adderley had been a first team STATS FCS All-American as a grownup. He had 87 ceases with four interceptions and seven pass breakups in 12 games.

Named a captain for the winning North team, ” he had been in on five tackles and intercepted Buffalo quarterback Tyree Jackson from the fourth quarter.

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