- High School
- Brunswick, Conn.
- Current Team
- Prime Time
All-Star. If Delgado isn’t the best ’23 in the country, he’s at worst top 5. Whew. He’s got an older brother at Duke and another headed to Michigan, and there’s a consensus that he could be better than both, and that’s putting it mildly. A complete midfielder who plays angry, Delgado blends size, power, a blistering shot, lethal clearing ability and a desire to hurt people on the defensive end. He completely took over one game with a bunch of goals and some plays on the defensive end, and he pocketed at least four goals in the All-Star Game. Best play of the day might have been a clear, though, where he served as the windshield against five guys who were the bugs. He will be a priority for every major program on 9.1.21.
Delgado and Brunswick/Connecticut teammate Leo Hoffman might be the two best all-around midfielders in the ’23 class. Delgado is an exceptional athlete who buzzes around the field and has a hand in everything, and few are better at getting to his spot to set up a shot. He makes everything look easy and is a mismatch for defenses.
2020 One Percent Showcase All-Star MVP
2020 Nike National Connecticut All-Star
2019 Maverik Showtime
2018 Maverik Showtime
That’s one way to start the class, @DukeMLAX.— NLF (@natlaxfed) September 20, 2021
Blue Devils land NLF No. 7 ‘23 Tomas Delgado, a do-it-all midfielder out of @PrimeTimeLax08 and @Wick_Lax.
Delgado is one of the best athletes in the class and has a super high compete level and motor. https://t.co/2iDmQfGHF2 pic.twitter.com/cebUTmh48h