Power forward Paul Eboua has submitted paperwork to enter the draft, ESPN’s Jonathan Givony reports.
The Cameroon native projects as a second-round pick. He’s ranked No. 53 overall and No. 11 among power forwards on ESPN’s Best Available list.
The 6’9” Eboua played in Italy Serie A division this season, averaging 7.4 PPG and 5.3 RPG in 22 MPG for Pesaro.
It’s no surprise Eboua chose this path since he had already selected BDA Sports for representation. He’s quite familiar with the draft process. He declared last year and worked out for a number of teams before withdrawing his name two weeks before the draft.
Eboua believes his experience in Italy will make him better prepared for the NBA process this time around.
“This last year in Pesaro was a great experience for me,” Eboua wrote to Givony. “They provided a wonderful atmosphere to get better in and I definitely tried to take advantage of that as much as possible. I believe NBA teams saw the energy, athleticism, competitiveness I bring every moment I am on the floor and that I’m definitely not afraid of a little contact.”
According to Givony, Eboua projects as a versatile defender who can contribute with his energy, rebounding and evolving offensive game. Eboua has been working out regularly in Rome during the coronavirus pandemic.
2 thoughts on “Paul Eboua Opts To Declare For Draft”
Ebola started in Africa, spread to Italy, then threatened America. Ebola is super dangerous, but cannot get airborne. WHO declared it ended, but now it’s Eboua on that path. No word on jumping ability.
That is so lame x%sure, good work not being funny in the least.