Returning starter at point guard ... Became one of the top freshmen in the ACC last season ... Will see time at both guard spots this season ... Should become a better scorer in the future ... Solid defensive player who can run the point or play the wing ... Outstanding shooter with unlimited range ... Sees the floor well and knows how to feed the post ... Fits the Virginia Tech style of play.
2007-08: Finished second on the team in assists (107, 3.1 apg) ... Fourth on the team in scoring (9.6 ppg) and minutes played (27.3) and fifth on the team in rebounding (2.9 rpg) ... Started the last 24 games of the season and appeared in all 35 games ... Scored in double figures in all three Virginia Tech post-season games ... Had 15 double figure scoring games as a freshman ... Led the team in scoring three times ... Led the team in assists 12 times ... Made three-or-more three-point field goals in a game eight times as a freshman ... Had 10 games of four-or-more assists ... Attempted a career-high seven three-point field goals against Ole Miss, making three ... Tied a career-high in made field goals with six against UAB ... Earned ACC Tournament second-team honors after scoring 15 points against both Miami and North Carolina ... The 15 points are the most scored by a Hokie freshman in an ACC Tournament game ... Posted a career-high eight rebounds in the home win over Boston College ... Made a career-high 13 free throws in the home win over Georgia Tech ... Had a career-high 20 points and tied a career high in steals, with four, at UNC ... Made the game-tying three-pointer with 52 seconds remaining against Maryland in the home victory ... Posted a career-high eight assists against Charleston Southern ... Had a career-high two blocks against Hofstra and a career-high four steals at Wake Forest ... Both he and Deron Washington had a team-leading four rebounds against Gonzaga.
High School: Four-year letterwinner at Towson Catholic for coach Josh Pratt ... Averaged 20 points, four rebounds and four steals as a senior ... Played in the Nike All-American All-Star game ... Co-MVP of the Spaulding Hoopball Classic ... EA Sport second-team All-American ... Charm City Classic MVP ... Capitol Classic All-Tournament team ... Baltimore Catholic League Player of the Year ... Baltimore Sun Metro Player of the Year ... Baltimore Examiner Player of the Year ... Gatorade Player of the Year/Mr. Maryland ... All-County selection as a senior ... Three-time All-League selection ... Led team to the Baltimore Catholic League and MIAA Championships as a senior ... Scored 2,112 career points.
Personal: Malcolm Hakeem Delaney ... Born March 11, 1989, in Baltimore, Md. ... Son of Vincent and Patricia Delaney ... One older brother, Vincent, played football at Stonehill College ... Father played basketball at Vorhees College.