Kobie Eubanks, the top uncommitted 2014 shooting guard out of Our Savior New American, will be at Baylor for tonight’s Iowa State game.
“Heading to Baylor,” he told SNY.tv.
The 6-foot-5 Eubanks visited Pitt on Sunday and Monday, watching the Panthers lose to N.C. State, 74-67 Monday night.
He Tweeted: “I had a Good time on my Visit at Pitt. I met some Good people. The Pete and. Da Zoo were Jumping… # ACC # Panther Nation!!!”
Eubanks recently told SNY.tv Pitt was working the hardest. His teammate,Damon Wilson, is committed there already for 2014.
Minnesota, Missouri and Wichita State are also in the mix.
“Kobie Eubanks is as good of 3-point shooter,” longtime New York recruiting expert Tom Konchalski said. “He has a picture-perfect stroke and shooting remains basketball’s EZ Pass. He can really shoot the ball
“His level of athleticism has really spiked. He’s attacking the basket. He’s gotta get a little bit better with the ball but he’s certainly a high-major player. the fact that he’s both a perimeter scoring threat and he can get to the basket now makes him doubly effective.”
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