Donald Celiscar, the former Western Michigan Bronco DB, has been signed by the Indianapolis Colts as an UDFA.
Celiscar was a three year starter at WMU and never had less than 45 tackles in any of his four seasons. As a senior he had 63 total tackles (one sack), four interceptions, and 17 passes broken up. He earned First Team All-MAC in 2014 and Second Team in 2013.
The former Bronco showed his prowess against CMU in 2014 as he recorded six tackles, four pass breakups, and an interception which earned him MAC West Defensive Player of the Week.
While Celiscar doesn't have quite the crazy story that either Rollins or Jean Sifrin has, he was born in Haiti which is not a common trait among NFL players.
He was invited to the Combine but only participated in the 40 and the broad jump. He clocked a 4.62 and 120 inches respectively. At his Pro Day he improved his 40 time to 4.59 and did 13 reps of 225 on the bench press.
His speed had some teams questioning his ability to play corner and a move to safety may be in store for him. NFL.com also put him on the 2015 NFL Draft All-Underrated Team. Either way the Colts are getting one heck of a football player who is a ball hawk.
He joins fellow MAC players Jean Sifrin and Junior Sylvestre as MAC alumni who have signed with the Colts this UDFA season.