Twins Giving The Tigers A Look

A pair of talented guards are looking at Auburn along with four other schools.

Two of the top basketball prospects in the South also happen to be brothers and they are both giving the Auburn Tigers a long look this fall as they head into their senior season.

. Shooting guard Reginald Delk (6-5, 190) and point guard Richard Delk (6-5, 180) have been impressive all summer and are beginning to narrow their list of prospective schools. The Brothers Delk are beginning to concentrate their focus around five schools. So far, they've only got one visit set up and it's to an SEC program. Planning on playing at the same school, the Jackson (Tenn.) North Side High standouts don't want to leave the South to continue their basketball careers.

Right now Mississippi State, Auburn, UAB, Mississippi and Tennessee are in the mix and according to Reginald, there is an official visit to Mississippi State set for Labor Day weekend. There's been talk that the Bulldogs are the team to beat. Reginald addressed the topic.

"There's no leader but they are up there though," Delk said. "Pretty much all of them are the same. I know I'm going to all four visits, and I'm going to take a visit to Tennessee too."

UAB has a unique situation regarding twins and that has the duo thinking seriously about the Blazers. Coach Mike Anderson recruited and is presently coaching a pair. "It helps them because they say they know how to deal with twins."

The Delk brothers are the nephews of former Kentucky standout and current NBA player Tony Delk.


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