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.
These guys claim to be insiders and super knowledgable yet haven't even updated for the Titans Rams comp pick trade which gives the Rams Rd3(5) pick, which has been official since last Thursday. Talk about phoning it in what a pile of garbage.
Jabrill Peppers would not fit Tampa's defense. He is a safety, but the certain safety that would be compatible with their defense. The Bucs had a guy similar to him in Mark Barron who is now with the Rams, because he did not fit the defense. The Bucs taking Peppers would be dumber than trading up for Roberto Aguayo, IMO.