Three-year team member after stops at SUNY-Cortland and Lackawanna Junior College • played both linebacker and defensive end at Delaware and was a solid special teams supporter • played in 22 games over two seasons and recorded 47 tackles (25 solo) and one sack for 10 yards • hard-worker with great hustle who was usually one of the last players off the practice field each day.
Closed out his career with a solid season before missing the final two games of the season with a knee injury • saw action in 10 games as a backup defensive end and ranked 11th on the team with 32 tackles (17 solo) while also recording 1.5 tackles for loss and a sack • also played special team • had career-high six tackles vs. Sacred Heart and added four each vs. Delaware State, James Madison, Towson, and Rhode Island • recorded a sack for 10 yards vs. Elon.
Made an immediate impact in first year at Delaware after transfer from Lackawanna Junior College • one of team's most reliable special teams players • also a backup middle linebacker • appeared in all 12 games and recorded 15 tackles (eight solo) • named Blue Hen Touchdown Club Special Teams Player of the Week in comeback win over Towson • had season-high five stops each vs. Navy and Wagner • had two tackles vs. Rhode Island • returned a kickoff 11 yards against Richmond • did not join team until after spring drills began.
AT LACKAWAANA JUNIOR COLLEGE
Enrolled at Lackawanna (Pa.) Junior College in 2012 after taking one year off after transfer from SUNY-Cortland • started at outside linebacker for head coach Mark Duda • team posted a 6-5 record.
Began his collegiate career at NCAA Division III SUNY-Cortland for the 2010 season • started as a freshman at outside linebacker for head coach Daniel MacNeill • team posted a 12-2 record and participated in the NCAA Tournament, advancing to the second round • team captured the New Jersey Athletic Conference title • earned NJAC all-league honors.
Standout at national high school power Don Bosco Prep • played linebacker, defensive end, and tight end for head coach Greg Toal • team went 46-1 during his career, including consecutive undefeated 12-0 seasons his junior and senior years in 2008 and 2009 • team earned a national championship in 2009 and won four straight state titles • earned All-State honors as a senior for his special teams play • also competed for the volleyball team and played middle hitter • member of the National Italian Honors Society.
Christopher Salvatore "Chris" Corvino ("core-vee-no") • born March 12, 1992 in Florida • son of Sal and Jackie Corvino • younger sister, Jennifer, studies at Montclair (N.J.) State University • sociology major at Delaware • father works in construction and mother is an elementary school teacher • two cousins played college football - Dave Corvino played tight end at Brown and Frank Corvino played offensive tackle at Memphis.
|Year||G/S|| Tackles (Solo)
|2014||10/0||32 (17)||1-10 / 1.5-11||0/0||0/0|
||1-10 / 1.5-11
|Year||G/S|| Kickoff Returns
Tackles: 6 vs. Sacred Heart, 2014