Perhaps in preparation for Angel Delgado‘s likely departure to the professional ranks, Seton Hall is keeping tabs on a trio of transfers.
First up is 6-9 Kansas graduate transfer Dwight Coleby (1.7 ppg, 1.8 rpg), who on the surface looks like more of a replacement for Rashed Anthony — who committed to Saint Louis today — and not Delgado.
Coleby played less than six minutes per game in his only season at Kansas after playing two years at Ole Miss, where he averaged 5.4 ppg and 4.8 rpg in 16 mpg as a sophomore.
A borderline top-150 recruit coming out of high school, VCU, George Washington, DePaul, Stephen F. Austin, and Hampton are also reportedly interested; Coleby matched a career-high with 12 points against Texas this season.
Seton Hall is also linked to a pair of semi-familiar names in versatile UMass guard Dejon Jarreau (9.8 ppg, 4.5 apg, 3.6 rpg) and 6-9 forward Brison Gresham (3.3 ppg, 3.2 rpg), who are transferring as a rare package deal after their first year in the Atlantic 10, both must sit out the 2017-18 season.
Currently listed in their final four along with Auburn, Creighton, and UConn, it sounds like Seton Hall has some work to do according to Rivals; the Hall first reached out last month.
“They have a good, young team,” Jarreau told Corey Evans of Seton Hall. “They let their guys rock, too, and let their guys play. I have no problem with that. I haven’t visited Seton Hall yet and I don’t really know much about them since they just started talking to us, but it does sound like a good situation.”
With only one scholarship open, taking the UMass pair would hinge upon Angel Delgado leaving the team.