Daryl Worley is a cornerback who plays for the Baltimore Ravens in professional football. He is 1.85 meters tall and 98 kg in weight. For William Penn Charter School’s head coach Jeff Humble, he succeeded as a safety and receiver. He started as wide receiver as a junior and senior. He was chosen as a defensive back for the first team during his final year.
He played defensive back for the football team and was selected for the All-Southeastern Pennsylvania First Team. He was selected twice for the first team of the Penn Inter-Ac League. After graduating from high school, he enrolled at West Virginia University, where from 2013 to 2015 he played for the Mountaineers.
In his 11 games as a true freshman, he started five of them. He was chosen for the Big 12 first team as a result of his excellent performance as a junior, when he led the country in pass breakups and interceptions. During the entire season, he had 49 tackles and two lost fumbles. He made the choice to join the NFL rather than play in his last season of eligibility.
He was taken by the Carolina Panthers in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft. In May 2016, the Carolina Panthers made him an offer for a $4.23 million, four-year contract with a $783,684 signing bonus. Daryl Worley joined the Baltimore Ravens’ practice squad in December 2021. The Baltimore Ravens reinstated him in August 2022.
Where did Daryl Worley attend college?
Daryl Worley had his college education and football career at West Virginia University.