The talented big man is "likely" to leave for the pros.
Seton Hall star big man Angel Delgado is reportedly set to make a "stunning" decision.
The All-Big East forward is reportedly set on leaving the Pirates to pursue a professional career.
The 6-foot-10, 240-pound big man isn't likely to be picked high in the NBA Draft, so he'd probably end up playing overseas.
In a shocking development, Seton Hall basketball star Angel Delgado is likely to turn pro.
The junior center would forfeit his final season of eligibility by signing with an agent — a scenario that went from unlikely to likely over the past few days. The news, which first appeared via Twitter chatter Wednesday afternoon, was reported by Zagsblog.com and confirmed by Gannett New Jersey tonight.
Delgado's departure is a massive loss for Seton Hall's program.
CBS Sports' Jon Rothstein says it completely changes the landscape of the Big East heading into the 2017-18 season.
Delgado averaged 15.2 points and 13.1 rebounds per game for Seton Hall this past season.