Delk, a 6-foot-4 guard who averaged 9.5 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game as a sophomore for the Bulldogs, also said he's only considering one school – Louisville.
"I'm probably just looking at Louisville right now," Delk told Scout.com's Evan Daniels. "I'll probably want to make my decision in the next few days."
The nephew of former Kentucky standout Tony Delk, who played for Rick Pitino's Wildcats in the mid-1990's, Delk started all 35 games last season at Mississippi State. Though he likely would have kept his starting spot in the Bulldogs backcourt next season, Delk instead decided to transfer to a school whose style better suits his athletic talents.
An explosive and long athlete, Delk figures to be a perfect fit for Pitino's up-tempo, pressing system. Delk also is an excellent three-point marksmen – he made 122 three's in two seasons at MSU - and should have no problems adapting to Pitino's perimeter friendly offense.
Originally from Jackson, TN, Delk said he wouldn't take any campus visits before making his decision.