"Darrelle has outstanding coverage ability, that is what sets him apart from other cornerbacks that also have size and speed. You can find 10 kids on a playground in New York City that are 6-0/180, but they won't have the cover skills and hands that Darrelle has," coach Mike Zmijanac said.
"Darrelle has started at cornerback and wide receiver for two years. He has also started at point guard on his basketball team for two years. He is a tough, smart kid with excellent coverage ability. He has nice size - still needs to do some more work in the weight room - but there is no question about his ability."
"We just got done with basketball a week ago, so we haven't had the chance to sit down and talk about things yet. He will be attending all the summer camps," coach Zmijanac said. " I still have to sit down and give him the letters he has been receiving from all the schools. Everyone in the country is showing interest in him."
When asked about his 40-yard dash time, coach Zmijanac had this to say. "I usually don't time my kids because the college coaches do not believe you anyway. He is in the 4.4 range, though. He is an excellent wide receiver and has great hands, but most schools are recruiting him as a cornerback. The colleges are all looking for a kid with his size and speed that also has his coverage ability. That is what separates him from the rest."
Best of luck to Darrelle Revis and the Aliquippa Quips in the upcoming football season.