LAS VEGAS, Nev.- It takes some prospects longer than others to get the respect they deserve, which seems to be the case for power forward Angel Delgado.
Angel Delgado has serious attention.
The top rebounder and one of the top scorers of the Nike EYBL circuit, Delgado continued his productive play at he NBA Top 100 Camp and then continued to produce at the Lebron James Skills Academy.
Powerfully built at 6-9, 220-pounds, Delgado plays with a consistent and controlled motor, has soft and sure hands and a deft touch in the lane. His defensive game is about positioning and strength.
A sure bet as a prospect because of his rebounding, Delgado is also steadily improving as an offensive player who can manufacture his own shot.
Currently with a 247Composite ranking at No. 60, Delgado is simply more productive and a better prospect than some big men ranked ahead of him. Look for Delgado to make a strong upward move in the next updated of the Top247.
According to Delgado, Louisville is recruiting Delgado with the most vigor. The Cardinals have offered, and Delgado hopes to visit Louisville after the summer circuit is over.
Seton Hall has also offered, and Kentucky, Georgetown, Miami and Florida were listed by Delgado as schools showing strong interest.
He also has offers from Dayton, Florida State and Virginia.
A lanky stretch four-man with a deft shooting touch, Robinson has shot up the rankings this spring and summer and has a host of schools after him.
He listed Indiana, UConn, Oklahoma State, Providence, Virginia Tech, VCU, Notre
Dame, Florida State, Florida and Louisville as the main schools recruiting him.
Evidently Indiana and UConn have the edge in his recruiting. When asked by 247Sports who he would like to visit, those were the two schools mentioned.
"I probably want to visit UConn and maybe Indiana," said Robinson. "I like UConn's program. I like Coach Ollie. He's a great coach. I think I fit their style of play. Indiana is the same thing. Coach Crean is a great coach. He develops players a lot and its a great atmosphere."
A five-star prospect who is savvy to the recruiting game, Vaughn listed Kentucky, Baylor, North Carolina, Kansas, Iowa State, Minnesota, UCLA and Georgetown.
Having already visited North Carolina, Iowa State, Minnesota and UCLA, Vaughn next wants to visit Kansas, Kentucky and Baylor.
But before Vaughn figures out his college destination, he needs to figure out where he will play high school basketball next year. The finalist are Findlay Prep, Huntington Prep and Oak Hill.
An ultra athletic wing in the top 10 of the 2015 class, Brown will eventually have every school in the country seeking his signature.
His latest offers have come from UCLA, Auburn and Texas A&M.
Brown has already visited Auburn, Georgia, Florida State, Georgia Tech and North Carolina State.
His visit wish list includes Kansas, UCLA, Louisville and Arizona.
As for who is recruiting him the hardest, Brown named Clemson, Louisville and Florida State.
The heady four-star point guard out of the 2015 class listed offers from Purdue, Illinois, DePaul, SMU, Xavier, Creighton, Tulsa, Oklahoma, Michigan, Virginia, Temple and UConn.
Ohio State hasn't offered, but Brunson said the Buckeyes are recruiting him the hardest right now along with Michigan.