Position: Defensive Line
Height /Weight: 6-0 / 285
Hometown: Riviera Beach, Fla.
High School: Dwyer HS
Major: Criminal Justice
At Delaware: Third-year junior who shows plenty of promise for the Blue Hen defensive front…has sophomore eligibility...has played in 12 career games and registered seven tackles…coming off an injury plagued sophomore season in 2010 in which he suffered a broken leg in spring drills and saw action in just two games during the season…expected to be back at full strength this fall and is projected to take over the starting left tackle spot with the graduation of All-CAA standout and two-year starter Siddiq Haynes…powerful player who plays behind blocks and shows surprising quickness for size…effective run-stopper.
2010 Season: Appeared in just two games for the Blue Hens after leg injury suffered in the spring took longer than expected to heal...missed the first three games while finishing recovery from the injury and returned to action in a reserve role in wins at Richmond and James Madison…did not record any statistics…aggravated the injury and decided to sit out the rest of the season to continue the healing process…retained sophomore eligibility...member of a Delaware defense that led the nation in scoring defense at 12.1 points per game and ranked No. 5 in total defense (280.7 yards per game)…team went 12-3 and advanced to the FCS national title game under head coach K.C. Keeler.
2009 Season: One of seven true freshmen to see playing time on defense and the only one to register a start…played in 10 games and registered seven tackles, including two solo stops…first career start came against Navy in November…had a season-high two tackles in collegiate debut vs. West Chester…registered one tackle five other times…credited with an unassisted tackle in both the Richmond and James Madison games…team went 6-5 under Keeler.
High School: Standout defensive tackle and offensive guard at William T. Dwyer High School for head coach Jack Daniels...led team to a 12-2 record in 2008 when the squad was a semifinalist in the state AAAA playoffs...posted 61 solo tackles along with eight sacks and four forced fumbles...earned first team All-State AAAA honors and was a first team all-county selection...earned team’s defensive Most Valuable Player Award...team posted a three-year record of 35-7 during his career...also a standout in track and field as a shot putter...advanced to the state regionals in the shot put as a senior.
Personal: Irvin Bernard “Irv” Titre ("tee-tree")...born February 14, 1991...son of Dollie Daniels...youngest of three children...criminal justice major at Delaware...brother, Kenneth Grimes, and sister, Nikita Grimes, were both college athletes at Florida Atlantic University...cousin, Brittany Daniels, played basketball at East Tennessee State and Valdosta State...has worked at a nursing home during the summers.
Career Defensive Statistics at Delaware
Career-High Tackles: 2 vs. West Chester, 2009Back To Football Home Football Story Archive