"He was kind of under the radar," Saluda coach Kinnard said. "He didn't go to the premier exposure camps. He did go to Five Star and was the MVP of the all-star game up there. Some of the larger schools weren't aware of him.
"Right now he's a 6-foot-4 perimeter player. I see him playing a two guard at USC. He can handle it and give them some depth at the point. He shoots the perimeter ball well and his greatest strength is he gets to the bucket and draws fouls. He knows that he's going to have to get stronger."
As a junior, Deloach averaged 23.6 points, 7.8 boards and 4.2 rebounds.
Predictably, Deloach is excited about coming aboard. "Coach Odom has a great staff and they're like fathers to you," he said. "The location was great and its SEC ball no can't get any better than that."