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Wednesday / May 25.
  • Seton Hall’s Delgado, Carrington Mulling Over Decision to Declare For Draft

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    Angel Delgado and Khadeen Carrington are reportedly back and forth about entering the upcoming NBA Draft.

    A report by FanRag’s Jon Rothstein Tuesday night indicated that both Pirates would be declaring for the draft, but would not hire agents. Due to the new NCAA rules, players can declare for the draft and go through the process without losing their amateur status as long as they do not hire representation.

    However, shortly after Rothstein’s report the Delgado and Carrington took to Twitter to dispute that they had landed on a decision.

    Both Delgado and Carrington have been integral parts of Seton Hall’s run to the past two NCAA Tournament’s. Should they return for their senior seasons they would keep intact the core including Desi Rodriguez, Ismael Sanogo, and Myles Powell. As ZAGSBLOG reported Saturday, a return of Delgado for his senior season could help the chances of 2017 No. 1 point guard Trevon Duval landing in South Orange.

    Neither player is currently projected to be drafted on

    While the news was happening regarding two of the Pirates’ most prominent players, another Seton Hall basketball player announced his departure from the program.

    Sophomore Dalton Soffer has decided to transfer from Seton Hall. He will have two years of collegiate eligibility remaining after he sits out next season due to NCAA transfer rules.

    Soffer appeared in just 24 games for the Pirates over the last two seasons. He will leave Seton Hall with career averages of 0.8 points and 0.2 rebounds per game.


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