There are some reservations orbiting Angel Delgado‘s Wednesday decision to sign with an agent and turn pro.
Following Jeremy Schneider’s story on NJ.com yesterday that stated Angel’s decision was not yet certain, I have also heard from multiple sources that there are lingering reservations and that the original report may have been premature.
There is — of course — a difference between deciding to turn pro and signing on the dotted line, but it appears the former isn’t even set in stone.
A wide range of factors may be in play here from conflicting viewpoints within Delgado’s camp, to the overwhelmingly negative public backlash following Wednesday’s report which intuitively wouldn’t sit well with any agency looking to sign a client.
For now, no news is good news for Seton Hall fans.
Angel has until 10 days after the NBA Draft Combine (May 9-14) to withdraw his name and retain his final year of eligibility.