Devontes Cobbs Enrolls @ Shadow Mountain

by Anthony Ray | Posted on Monday, July 16th, 2018

The state of Arizona continues to see the overall level of talent in the state consistently improve with new additions to the state's basketball community.  Almost each quarter now a new top-rated prospect seems to move to one of the basketball program's in the state.  Arizona Preps has learned that one of the nation's top 2022 prospects, Devontes Cobbs, a 6-foot-4 incoming freshman superstar, has moved from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and now has enrolled at Arizona power Shadow Mountain High School.

Shadow Mountain has completely dominated the state of Arizona's basketball opposition for numerous years now, and this up-and-coming high school basketball season will be much of the same, as the program will again focus their sights on a national championship, rather than simply winning another state title in Arizona.  The addition of the young stud Cobbs, will only add to a dominant Matadors lineup, which already includes a starting line-up with (5) division-I prospects.

Cobbs is a future elite high-major division-I prospect, and already possesses a division-I offer from the University of Florida.

According to valid sources in my basketball network, the gifted young prospect enrolled at Shadow Mountain this week, and will now pick up his career in the state of Arizona - joining other fellow nationally elite 2022 prospects in the state, 6-foot-10 post Dylan Anderson (Perry HS) and 6-foot-9 incoming freshman prospect Sadraque Nganga  (AZ Compass Prep).

The state of Arizona is in excellent hands with the high-level of basketball talent that continues to develop and emerge in the state.  While at one time, I marveled at the thought of loads of high-level basketball talent in the state, the time has now arrived and I am enjoying watching it develop.

I will continue to follow this story closely, and bring you any updates regarding Cobbs as this story continues to develop.

Here is a highlight reel of this gifted young prospect . . .

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