Daryl Worley is a cornerback who competes in professional football for the Baltimore Ravens. He stands 1.85 meters tall and weighs 98 kilograms. He excelled as a safety and receiver for Jeff Humble, the head coach of William Penn Charter School. In his junior and senior years, he was a starter wide receiver. In his senior year, he was selected as a defensive back for the first team.
He was chosen for the All-Southeastern Pennsylvania First Team while playing defensive back for the football team. He was twice chosen for the Penn Inter-Ac League First Team. He attended at West Virginia University after completing high school, where he played for the Mountaineers from 2013 to 2015.
He started five of his 11 games as a true freshman. Due to his outstanding play as a junior, when he led the nation in pass breakups and interceptions, he was selected to the Big 12 first team. He recorded 49 tackles and two lost fumbles throughout the entire season. He decided against playing in his final season of eligibility and instead chose to join the NFL.
The Carolina Panthers selected him in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft. The Carolina Panthers offered him a four-year, $3.23 million deal with a $783,684 signing bonus in May 2016. In December 2021, Daryl Worley joined the Baltimore Ravens’ practice squad. In August 2022, the Baltimore Ravens reinstituted him.
What position is Daryl Worley?
Daryl Worley plays the position of a cornerback for the Ravens.