Second-year member of the squad as a walk-on redshirt freshman • will not play in 2015 and will serve as a student assistant • recorded a tackle in the Blue-White Spring Game.
Did not see game action as a backup linebacker.
Did not see action as a backup linebacker and retained freshman eligibility.
Standout in football and basketball at nearby Salesianum School in Wilmington, Del. • four-year varsity performer in football for head coach Bill DiNardo • played linebacker, tight end, and punter • led team to record of 27-9 his final three seasons • moved up to varsity late in his freshman season in 2009 and helped lead team to state title • team also advanced to state tournament in 2010, 2011, and 2012, falling in state title game his senior year in 2012 • earned All-Catholic League honors as a senior • for his career, posted 184 tackles, 42 tackles for loss, five sacks, 13 pass breakups, eight forced fumbles, 11 fumble recoveries, and two interceptions and scored two touchdowns • as a senior, recorded 87 tackles, 25 tackles for loss, three sacks, seven pass breakups, four forced fumbles, and five fumbles recoveries • also had 61 tackles as a junior and 36 as a sophomore • played two seasons of varsity basketball for head coach Mike Gallagher • honor roll student • President of Athletic Training Club and Blue-Gold Club.
Randall Antonio Schiccatano ("shick-uh-tan-oh"), Jr. • nickname is "Schick" • born Feb. 6, 1994 • honor student as a health behavior science major at Delaware with a minor in coaching • would like to work in the sports field after graduation • son of Randy and Kim Schiccatano • has two sisters • father is a graduate of University of Houston and mother is a 1987 Delaware graduate • father works in risk management and mother is finance director at Ursuline Academy in Wilmington, Del. • numerous relatives attended Delaware • enjoys working out, listening to music, and doing community service with the Knights of Columbus in his spare time • cousin, Nate Schiccatano, played football at Notre Dame in the mid-2000s.
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