Playing in the Mustang Madness event against Martinsville (Va.) The Carlisle School, Eubanks showed why he is such a sought after recruit, especially as the second signing period approaches.
Eubanks scored 17 points and reeled in 12 rebounds in Our Savior's win. Eubanks impacts the game the most with his jump shot. He hit three three-pointers, plus added a pair of mid-range pull-ups and a strong baseline finish.
At 6-foot-5, Eubanks has a strongly built frame, is a solid athlete and is continuing to improve his off the dribble game.
"Everybody right now considers me as a shooter and are starting to get to know that I can drive too," Eubanks said. "That's something I've been working on a lot more, as well as my defense and being able to handle the ball."
As they do every year, Our Savior has played an aggressive and competitive schedule. Against top competition, Eubanks is averaging 19 points and five rebounds a game.
"Kobie has been a vital key to our teams national success this year," Our Savior coach Eric Jaklitsch told Scout.com. "His ability to shoot the ball and score it has allowed us to stretch the defenses out. Everyone on the team has benefited from his talents. The game becomes easier for his teammates due to his scoring abilities."
"The recruiting process is going very good," Eubanks told Scout.com. "I'm just going to take my SAT and once I get that over with I'm going to make my decision after that."
"I've been getting a lot of calls, a lot of interest and a lot of offers," he added.
Eubanks hasn't taken any official visits and currently doesn't have any scheduled.