Newark, Del. — 23 National Football League (NFL) league teams were represented on Monday during the University of Delaware's annual football Pro Day where The Catholic University of America senior Andrew DiNardo showed why he was an All-American this past season.
DiNardo was one of 11 football players to show their skill at the pro day, taking part in various drills and measurements, many of which are the same used at the NFL's annual Pro Day in Indianapolis.
A Wilmington, Del., native, DiNardo was a two-time All-American this past season as he was tabbed to the Associated Press (AP) Second Team as well as an American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Second Teamer.
DiNardo was the nation's leading punter with a 46.5 yards per punt average and racked up five postseason honors in 2018.
He was Street & Smith's Preseason All-American before he posted five games with over 318 yards punted and six games with at least a 47.5 yards per punt average. He was not blocked this season.
Additionally, DiNardo played in the DIII National Senior Bowl Game in Daytona, Fla., and was honored as a D3football.com All-Region selection as well as a First Team All-NEWMAC honoree.
DiNardo boomed a long of 65 yards this season and put 16 of his boots inside the 20-yard line. He was also picked as the D3football.com Punter of the Week on September 12.
The NFL Draft is set for April 26-28.
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