CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Some notes gathered during the week:
Of the three, Ebanks appears to be on the fastest track there. Before the weekend, he was averaging 24.7 points (third in the NBADL) and was ranked No. 3 by the league's Prospect Watch as a member of the Texas Legends. He's behind Manny Harris of Los Angeles and Pierre Jackson of Idaho on the list.
Ebanks has had NBA stints with the Los Angeles Lakers and Dallas Mavericks.
Jones was 24th in the NBADL among scorers (16.4 average) and ranked the No. 18 prospect. As a member of the Canton Charge, he was also averaging 7.8 rebounds.
As for Alexander, all remains quiet because of leg injuries. He is, however, still a member of the Santa Cruz Warriors.
As we've reported here in the past, Huggins has offered 6-foot-7 Esa Ahmad of Shaker Heights High and stopped to watch him play. A prospect from the class of 2015, Ahmad has been compared to ex-Mountaineer Da'Sean Butler and was the Player of the Year in the Northeast Ohio Conference. Other schools on him include Clemson, Miami and Xavier.
The other standout Huggins visited was five-star recruit Carlton Bragg of Villa Angela St. Joseph. Bragg is ranked Ohio's top recruit and a Top 10 player nationally. He holds offers from Ohio State, Kentucky and Louisville, among oodles of others.
But there's good news and bad contained within. Carter scored 24 of those points in the second half after shooting 3 of 15 in the first half. Overall, he shot 11-of-30 from the floor, 7 of 9 from the free-throw line and 2 of 9 from 3-point range.