Kobe Eubanks Decommits From Baylor; Plenty of Schools Calling (UPDATED)

KobeKobe Eubanks has decommitted from Baylor.

“It is true I have officially opened up my recruitment for 2015 class #ELEV8 #Driven #The Movement,” he Tweeted.

The 6-foot-5 Eubanks also considered Pitt, Minnesota, Missouri and Wichita State before committing to Baylor in March. He never signed an NLI and is now spending the year at ELEV8 in Delray Beach (FL).

Chad Myers, Eubanks’ coach, confirmed that the following schools have already reached out to Eubanks:  Virginia, USF, B.C., UConn, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Iowa State, Louisville, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, Oregon and Providence.

“He’s actually going to wait the next couple of weeks and put together a list, kind of see who comes in and then kind of play it that way, ” Chad Myers, Eubanks’ coach, told SNY.tv Monday. To read more of this story, click here

King McClure Commits to Baylor; Aubrey Dawkins Heading to Michigan


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Photo via 247sports.com

Triple A Academy point guard King McClure announced his decision to attend Baylor University on Tuesday morning to play for coach Scott Drew. McClure is considered one of the top point guard prospects for the Class of 2015.

The 6-foot-3 McClure also had major interest from schools such as Kansas, Arkansas, UCLA, SMU and several others, according to SportsDay High School of the Dallas Morning News.

McClure is the first high-major commitment for Baylor’s 2015 recruiting class so far. To read more of this story, click here

Kobie Eubanks to Baylor


Kobie Eubanks, the top uncommitted 2014 shooting guard out of Our Savior New American, verbally committed to Baylor on Tuesday, he confirmed to SNY.tv.


The 6-foot-5 Eubanks recently visited Baylor. He also considered Pitt, Minnesota, Missouri and Wichita State.

“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.”

Eubanks is Baylor’s fourth pledge in 2014, joining 6-8 Texas power forward Terry Maston, 6-4 Texas shooting guard Damiyne Durham and 5-11 JUCO point guard Lester Mudford.

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Jones, Okafor Visit Baylor, Next Joint Visit is Kansas

Tyus Jones and Jahlil Okafor took their first joint official visit together to Baylor this weekend.

“Thank u to Baylor and Waco for a great weekend and official visit. Headed back home shortly,” the 6-foot-1 Jones Tweeted Sunday.

The 6-10 Okafor Tweeted.: “Wheels up to Chicago. Bye Waco and all of Baylor. Can’t thank you enough for all the love and a great weekend!” To read more of this story, click here

With Standout College Career Behind Him, Jackson Prepares For NBA Jump

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Pierre JacksonEAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Within a group of recognizable point guards who attended the Nets Draft Combine on Wednesday and Thursday, Baylor’s Pierre Jackson does not have the biggest name, but he most definitely has the biggest individual resume.

The 2011 NJCAA Division I Player of the Year as a sophomore at perennial JuCo power College of Southern Idaho, Jackson had a highly-productive two years in Waco. He scored 1,235 points, dished out 478 assists, was a two-time Bob Cousy Award finalist, a two-time All-Big 12 first team pick and an Associated Press All-American honorable mention as a junior. To read more of this story, click here

L.J. Rose Following Deuce Bello Out the Door at Baylor

L.J. Rose is the second Baylor guard in two days to announce his transfer.

“Just wanted to thank BAYLOR NATION for a great year! Thanks to everyone who supported not only our team but me personally. Great experience that I will never forget,” he Tweeted.

Rose follows fellow guard Deuce Bello out the door. Bello said on Monday he was leaving.

A 6-foot-4 freshman from Houston Westbury Christian, Rose averaged 0.9 points and 1.2 assists in 33 games.

Rose initially considered Georgetown, Memphis and Arizona, ESPN.com reported.

Former UCLA commit Allerick Freeman is expected to have a strong shot to start at point guard for Baylor.

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Allerik Freeman to Baylor

Former UCLA pledge Allerik Freeman is headed to Baylor.

“I love the playing style and have a great relationship with them and can step right in and play point guard,” Freeman told SNY.tv.

The 6-foot-4 guard out of Findlay Prep had been the best available player in the Class of 2013 outside of Andrew Wiggins.

He said he also considered Pitt, Marquette, Miami, Minnesota and Xavier, and took officials to Minnesota and Xavier.

Freeman initially pledged to former UCLA coach Ben Howland, who has since been fired and replaced by Steve Alford.

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