Baylor will be without freshman wing Kobie Eubanks for the 2014-15 season, according to a report from CBS Sports‘ Jon Rothstein.
Rothstein states that Eubanks wasn’t cleared by the NCAA.
A 6-foot-5 wing guard and three-star prospect, Eubanks committed to Baylor and head coach Scott Drew on March 18th after taking an official visit to campus on March 3rd.
The high-scoring guard was one of the best available scorers during the spring and averaged 18.5 points per game for Our Savior New American in New York during his senior season.
The Bears return Kenny Chery to their backcourt for the 2014-15 season and also have Allerik Freeman, a former top-100 prospect, who redshirted last season.
Baylor’s 2014 recruiting class also includes junior college point guard Lester Medford, junior college wing Deng Deng as well as two high school players in guard Damiyne Durham and forward T.J. Maston.