On The Trail
He is a versatile and skilled face-up 4-man that does a lot of things very well. He is a tough, physical player that plays hard, and does not take any plays off. Not only does Delaney have a high basketball I.Q, he also is a tremendous student in the classroom. He has an excellent jumper that works really well in the pick an pop game. Delaney needs to become a better rebounder as he gets older because he isn’t an exceptional athlete. He will also need to develop some post moves in the low post. Overall, Delaney is a high major talent and is going to get recruited at the highest level, who will most likely play in the Big 10, ACC, or Big East.
(June 1, 2014): Delaney will transfer to Blair Academy (N.J.) from Pitman (N.J.) for his senior season. The news was first reported by Norm Eavenson.
(June 19, 2013): Delaney has committed to Villanova to play for Jay Wright. He’s the Wildcats’ first commitment for the Class of 2015.
(June 18, 2013): Delaney told CoBL that he has offers from Penn State, Oregon State, and Rutgers. The forward also has interest from Indiana, Butler, Notre Dame, and the Big 5 schools.
Delaney told CoBL that he heard from every Big 5 school this weekend, as well as Indiana, Butler, Notre Dame, Penn State, Oregon State, and Princeton. And despite not having offers from they yet, Delaney says he’s hearing most often from Villanova and Saint Joseph’s.
He was scheduled to visit Villanova yesterday, and has previously been on unofficial visits to both Butler and Indiana.
(June 2nd, 2013): Dick Weiss tweeted that Delaney took unofficial visits to Indiana and Butler over the first weekend of June.