September 11, 2006
After meteoric rise, Ebanks lists Hoyas
September 11, 2006 - The last four months have been both hectic and beneficial to Devin Ebanks. Recently regarded as one of the most talented players in New York City, Devin attended and played for Bishop Laughlin High School last season where he had a trying time on the court and in the classroom.
During the school year, Ebanks transferred to Lenoir, N.C.'s Patterson School, in an effort to fortify himself academically and athletically. By all accounts, he did well there.
This year's AAU season saw Ebanks make an imprint on the national recruiting scene. He has firmly established himself as one of the best players in the class of 2008.
Devin, a small forward who currently stands 6-foot-7 tips the scales at 205 pounds, possesses an offensive repertoire that equips him to attack the rim, shoot over defenders on the perimeter, post, and score off stick backs.
Though he's not a high volume scorer, Ebanks functions in the flow of an offense and shares the ball. When asked about this propensity to put up big numbers within a team structure during a recent phone interview, Devin responded "I just like to get my teammates involved basically."
Throughout the summer, Ebanks displayed that hoops ethos. Prime examples include his play with National Christian Academy's (NCA) travel circuit squad, an exemplary performance at the NBA Player's Association Top 100 camp, and participation in the Boost Mobile Elite 24 Basketball Classic.
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