Still Available: Sean Raboin

After a year in which he finished in the top two in both scoring and rebounding at New Hampton Prep (N.H.), Sean Raboin is still looking for the right situation. So far, he's taking a pair of visits.

Sean Raboin figured it would be over by now, but the versatile 6-6 ½, 200-pound Missouri native is still looking.

Raboin, who averaged 15.8 points and 9.4 rebounds this past season at New Hampton (N.H.) Prep, has already visited UC-Irvine and Indiana State – but he's still hoping that a bigger offer is on the way.

Raboin, who has a 3.4 GPA and scored a 23 on the ACT, played nearly everywhere this past season for New Hampton coach Jamie Arsenault.

``He's good at everything, but not great at any one thing," Arsenault said. "He's a good shooter, has a good handle, is a good rebounder and defensive player."

``He can play any position," added Arsenault. "He can fill any role a coach needs and he really works his butt off."

Raboin, who attended the ABCD Camp this past summer, started the season as the starting power forward before moving to the three. Then, after an injury to the team's starting point guard, Raboin filled in admirably before moving back to the three.

One of the problems was that New Hampton did not play at the War on the Shore (Del.) back in November or in the New England Prep School playoffs last week, failing to earn the invite after a disappointing season.

``I know a few coaches wanted to see me last week, but we didn't make the playoffs," Raboin said. "I know there are still possibilities with all the coaching changes. If I wait, I can get more looks. But I don't want to sacrifice the offers I have now. It's a tough choice that I will probably make in the next week or so."

In addition to Raboin's versatility, he can knock down the mid-range jumper. Other schools who have expressed interest include Illinois State, Wyoming, Nebraska and Bradley.

``Right now I'm leaning towards UC-Irvine," Raboin said. "I think it's a great fit, but I just want to see if anything bigger comes."

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