Seton Hall lands highly regarded big man

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On Friday night, Kevin Willard and Seton Hall got big news. In fact, they got the biggest news they've had since at least 2002.
The nation's No. 54 -- and likely rising -- player in the 2014 Rivals150, Angel Delgado, offered a commitment to the Pirates.
A 6-foot-9, 220-pounder from the Dominican Republic who will play his senior season at Huntington (W.Va.) Prep, Delgado is the highest-ranked high schooler to commit to the Pirates since rankings have been tracked (2002) and according to final rankings of previous classes.
But, it's not the lofty ranking that should matter to Seton Hall fans. It is the addition of one of the premier rebounders in the high school ranks and a player who has rapidly improved on the offensive end.
Delgado has plenty of room to add weight onto his frame, and he is more wiry strong than cut up with muscle. However, he plays with extreme physicality on both ends of the floor and is an aggressive, in-your-face player whom teammates feed off of.
With touch on his jumper to 15 feet and the ability to take opposing bigs off of the dribble, Delgado should continue to expand his offensive game. He looks like he will be an impact player in South Orange.
Delgado is the second prospect to join Seton Hall's 2014 class and will pair with three-star small forward Ismael Sanogo.