Following a roller coaster two weeks, star forward Angel Delgado has decided for good that he will remain at Seton Hall for his senior season.
Seton Hall’s already-tough schedule has bulked up even more now that it’s known they will host Indiana in the Gavitt Games.
Perhaps in preparation for Angel Delgado‘s likely departure to the professional ranks, Seton Hall is keeping tabs on a trio of transfers.
On the same day that five-star prospect Trevon Duval pledged to Duke, Seton Hall made the cut for a pair of local five-star recruits.
In the worst kept secret for close to a month, top-rated point guard Trevon Duval has committed to Duke.
There are some reservations orbiting Angel Delgado‘s Wednesday decision to sign with an agent and turn pro.
In a shocking move, Seton Hall star forward Angel Delgado will sign with an agent and play professionally next season, ending his three-year collegiate career.
As reported last month, South Florida graduate transfer Geno Thorpe will visit Seton Hall this week following a trip to Pittsburgh.
In need of a point guard for next season, Seton Hall has found their guy in Patrick School (N.J.) floor general Jordan Walker.
Still in search of a point guard for next season, I can’t think of many 2017 prospects the staff has pursued more primed for the job than Patrick School (N.J.) floor general Jordan Walker.