Athletic player who's primarily been in the central midfield, and has yet to show what his permanent home on the pitch will be.
What Scouts Say: "Potential to make it… physically gifted, stop and start speed is great, can catch anyone with pace… I think Delbono should be a draft pick somewhere whether supplemental or superdraft and might do well ... they are grounded in fundamentals of the game at Wake ... Athletically he's going to have to play outside somewhere ... He's not ready to play centrally and that's the problem ... Don't know if he's quick enough to play outside ... Not strong enough physlcally to play centrally .... Good engine ... he won't play No. 10 for anyone at that age but he can do a lot of things ... Played this year as a No. 6 for them but woudl surge forward at the right time ... can take off with the ball ... Good power and tehcnique ... could see him as a right back."
2011: Started all three of the Deacs' postseason matches and made NCAA Tournament debut at South Carolina (11.17)...
2010: Played in every game and made seven starts, finishing the year with one assist.
2009: Played in four games during rookie season.
High School/Club: Lettered and started all four years on varsity soccer team at R.J. Reynolds High School ... Member of the North Carolina State Olympic Development Program team ... ODP team won regionals and finished third in nationals.