Jim Krapf

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Jim entered the Delaware  Sports Hall of Fame  as Delaware’s sixth home grown All-American. A center at the University of Alabama, Krapf was picked on the ‘Kodak’ 1972 All-America
football team. Alabama was unbeaten in 1972. Jim was voted 1971 “Delaware Athlete of the Year”. He was Associated Press (AP) All-Southeastern Conference for two years. Jim played in the Orange,
Cotton, Bluebonnet and Senior Bowl games, plus the Coaches All-American game. He was drafted by the NFL Oakland Raiders and later released. He played briefly for British Columbia of the Canadian
Football League (CFL).  At Tatnall School, he won four national prep wrestling titles with a record of 103-0..



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