From Bishop Loughlin to the Patterson School, and now St. Thomas Moore in Oakdale, Ct., for 2008 five-star prospect Devin Ebanks. The smooth 6-foot-7, 185-pound wing doesn't have an official school list but he is gathering information of five shools that have offered him.
"Transferring was my mother's idea," said Ebanks. "She just felt that it would be a good fit for me and good for me academically."
Ebanks, who had strong showings at the NBA Players camp and Reebok ABCD this summer, is presently looking into five college programs.
"Nothing that new is going on with my recruitment," he said. "I'm just trying to find out information on UConn, St. John's, Rutgers, Miami and Georgetown. This isn't necessarily a list, but these are the schools that I'm trying to find out more about."
With the length, smooth athleticism and skills of a big time player, Ebanks is focused on developing his strength this season.
He finished the summer as the No. 14 ranked prospect in the class of 2008.
Devin Ebanks scouting report:
A versatile player, Ebanks is a match up problem with his ability to shoot over smaller defenders and drive past slower defenders. On the break, he is adept at both finishing the play and setting up the score. Defensively, Ebanks does a nice job keeping quicker players in front of him and holding his own on the boards against bigger players."