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FOOTBALL
Sep 16 - FINAL
Cornell (High School Band Day)
14
Delaware
Delaware
41
FOOTBALL
Sep 30 - FINAL
James Madison (Hall of Fame Weekend)
20
Delaware
Delaware
10
FOOTBALL
Oct 7 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
24
Stony Brook
Stony Brook
20
FOOTBALL
Oct 14 - FINAL
Wm. & Mary (Parents & Family Weekend/Youth Cheer/Twirler Day)
0
Delaware
Delaware
17
FOOTBALL
Oct 21 - FINAL
Richmond (Homecoming)
35
Delaware
Delaware
42
FOOTBALL
Oct 28 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
17
Towson
Towson
18
FOOTBALL
Nov 4 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
31
Maine
Maine
17
FOOTBALL
Nov 11 - FINAL
UAlbany
UAlbany
3
Delaware
Delaware
22
FOOTBALL
Nov 18 - FINAL
Delaware
Delaware
7
Villanova
Villanova
28
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Charles Scarff
Player Profile:
Charles Scarff 2915881
Position: Tight End
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 270
Year: Redshirt Junior
Hometown: Lancaster, Pa.
High School: Lancaster Catholic (Rutgers)
Major: Agriculture & Nat. Resources
Experience: 1 Letter

AT DELAWARE
Second-year member of the team after transer from FBS Rutgers of the Big 10 • has junior eligibility after being granted an additional year after an appeal to the NCAA during the off-season • has outstanding size and strength • will move from a slot receiver position back to his original tight end spot • will battle with All-Colonial Athletic Association selection Brandon Whaley for starting spot to give Hens outstanding depth at the position • enjoyed an outstanding spring and was named the Blue Hen Touchdown Club Most Improved Player on Offense • caught four passes for 40 yards, including a 24-yard touchdown reception from Joe Walker in the Blue-White Spring Game in May.

2016 SEASON
Joined team after preseason drills began, transferring from Rutgers • played in all 11 games and started six contests • team's third leading receiver with 12 catches for 163 yards (13.6 avg.) and one touchdown in the slot • caught two passes for 22 yards and scored on a 12-yard reception in Delaware debut vs. Delaware State • best game came vs. Stony Brook when he caught four balls for 71 yards with a season-long 39-yard reception • also caught three passes for 51 yards, including a 27-yard reception, vs. William & Mary • had a tackle vs. Richmond.

AT RUTGERS
Played tight end for two seasons at Rutgers for former head coach and former UD assistant Kyle Flood in 2014-15 • played in all 12 games as a tight end in 2015 for team that went 4-8 • caught 14 passes for 100 yards and caught a touchdown vs. Maryland • logged first four career receptions for 34 yards - all on the same drive vs. Washington State - late in the second quarter to help set up a field goal • had three catches for 24 yards vs. Nebraska, three for 16 yards vs. Penn State, and two receptions for 19 yards against Kansas • played in one game as a freshman in 2014 for team that went 8-5 and defeated North Carolina in the Quick Lane Bowl. 

HIGH SCHOOL
Four-year starter at tight end in football at Lancaster Catholic High School for head coach Bruce Harbach • earned 2013 All-Lancaster Lebanon League first team honors as a wide receiver  • won the 2011 PIAA State championship with the team maintaining a perfect 16-0 record on the season • earned team Outstanding Receiver Award in 2013 • played in the LL All-Star Game as a senior • caught 54 passes for 599 yards and six touchdowns as a junior in 2013 and led the league in receiving • had 16 catches for 156 yards and one touchdown in 2012 • also played basketball his freshman year and competed in track & field (high jump) his senior year for head coaches Pete Anderson and Terry Swisher • also played Catholic Youth Organization basketball for three years • member of the Varsity Club.

PERSONAL
Charles Howard Scarff, III •  born May 3, 1996 in Lancaster, Pa. • agriculture and natural resources major at Delaware • aspires to work in the agribusiness industry • enjoys farming, hunting, fishing, and trap shooting in his spare time • favorite sports teams are the Dallas Cowboys (NFL) and Baltimore Orioles (MLB) • son of Kelly and Howard Scarff • has three sisters, Elizabeth, Caroline, and Margaret • father is a cattle broker • mother attended Delaware rival Towson and graduated from Harford (Md.) Community College • sister, Caroline, played college baskeball at NCAA III Lebanon Valley, and sister, Elizabeth, competed for the equestrian team at the University of Findlay (Ohio).

 CAREER STATISTICS

Year GP/GS Receptions Yards Avg. TD Long
2016 11/6 12 163 13.6 1 39
TOTALS 11/6 12 163 13.6 1 39

CAREER HIGHS
Receptions: 4 vs. Stony Brook, 2016
Receiving Yards: 71 vs. Stony Brook, 2016

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