CHARLOTTE — Though they were never able to get Virginia Tech over the hump and into the NCAA tournament during their four years together in Blacksburg, there is no questioning the sheer amount of production former Hokies Malcolm Delaney and Jeff Allen accounted for during their collegiate careers.
Delaney finished his career among the top five in Virginia Tech history in points and assists, while Allen became the first player in ACC history to finish his career with more than 1,500 points, 1,000 rebounds, 200 steals and 150 blocked shots. Just last season, the duo scored more than 45 percent of Virginia Tech’s 2,390 total points. Both are now playing professionally in France.
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