First, some reaction tweets from recruitment media:
Kobie Eubanks, a four-star prospect, has decommitted from Baylor, Elev-8 coach Chad Myers tells Scout.— Evan Daniels (@EvanDaniels) November 24, 2014
Kobie Eubanks is now one of the best available prospects in the 2015 class. High-level scoring package. Impressive mid-range game.— Evan Daniels (@EvanDaniels) November 24, 2014
Kobie Eubanks has decommitted from Baylor and reopened his recruitment, source told ESPN. Doing prep year at Elev-8. Scored 37 Saturday.— Jeff Borzello (@jeffborzello) November 24, 2014
Kobie Eubanks is a big-time scorer. Can get points in a variety of ways. Will be one of the most sought-after wings left on the board.— Jeff Borzello (@jeffborzello) November 24, 2014
Eubanks decommitment doesn't come as a huge surprise. Baylor already has two young shooting guards on the roster in redshirt freshman Al Freeman and freshman Dee Durham. Eubanks has better size than both, and has a chance to be a better scorer than both, but he'd have to fight them for minutes. Additionally, Baylor as three shooting guards/combo guards in the 2015 recruiting class, including one King McClure, who looks to be a true baller. Couple an overcrowded position with eligibility issues, and it seemed almost inevitable that this decommitment could happen. Given the current and incoming talent at the guard position for the Bears, I don't foresee this being too big of an issue going forward, which says quite a bit. Scott Drew has put the program in a position where the loss of a 4* recruit isn't an utter disaster. That's pretty good.
Best of luck to Eubanks on his future. As one of the best available recruits in the 2015 class, he should have no trouble finding a new home.