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Miami Hurricanes defensive back Dee Delaney, a former Citadel All-American, signed a free agent deal with Jacksonville on Saturday. File/AP

Former Citadel All-American Dee Delaney and West Ashley High School product Brett Toth have been invited to the NFL Combine in March.

Delaney, from Whale Branch High School, was an All-American and all-Southern Conference cornerback at The Citadel before transferring to Miami for his final college season.

The 6-1, 193-pounder played in 10 games and started six for Miami last season. He missed three games with injury, and finished with 39 tackles (24 solo) and 1.5 tackles for loss. He also had one interception and one fumble recovery.

Toth, a 6-5, 303-pound tackle from Army, is considered a top NFL prospect on the offensive line. He played in both the East-West Shrine Game and the Senior Bowl. He is currently set to serve a two-year commitment in the Army before he can play full-time in the NFL.

South Carolina State linebacker Darius Leonard is also one of the 336 players invited to the NFL Combine, set for March 2-5. The NFL Draft is set for April 26-28.

Reach Jeff Hartsell at 843-937-5596. Follow on Twitter @Jeff_fromthePC

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