@Mason Curry Thanks Mason. I'll try and take that into account on my next version. I wish Walter would expand the player database and add more rounds. Oh well, I guess the draft is like 10 months away. :)
Uses his great length to his advantage on both ends of the floor
Good ball-handler which allows him to be a point forward-type player
Great vision as a passer
A slasher who despite his thin frame, isn't afraid to attack the basket
Long arms and leaping ability make him a solid rebounder
Decent back-to-the-basket player who uses his quickness to get around defenders
Excels in transition whether he's pushing the ball or just running the floor
Excellent defender (which is a trademark of a Bob Huggins player) who can guard multiple positions
Needs A LOT of work on his three-point shot
Mid-range game improved during his freshman season, but still needs to become more consistent with his jumper
Extremely thin frame; will need to add muscle at the next level
Needs to improve his handles with his left hand
Summary: His combination of height, length and athleticism makes Ebanks a very intriguing prospect. His defensive abilities are already established, but he still needs to improve his all-around offensive game to be a sure-fire lottery pick.
Player Comparison: Andrei Kirilenko. Both players are lengthy, solid athletes who can D' it up. Ebanks is not a threat from the outside and relies more on his slashing ability just like AK47.