How Tall Is Erickson Bans? Details To Know About The Basketball Player

Erickson Bans is a basketball player from Bryant Bulldogs position as a guard. Let's find out more details about his Wikipedia and height in this article.

For the Bulldogs, he appeared in 17 games and started one.

At New Hampshire, he made his collegiate debut.

Erickson made his first career start against Sacred Heart in the NEC Semifinals.

Bryant Bulldogs: Erickson Bans Age Height

Erickson has not provided his actual date of birth to his fans so currently, we do not have any information about his actual age.

We can estimate his age around early twenties as he looks young in his images.

Maybe he does not want to reveal his actual date of birth at the moment so his fans are wondering about his actual date of birth.

Erickson has a good height-weight ratio as an athlete. 

His height is 5 feet and 11 inches whereas his weight is around 175 lbs.

According to some reports Erickson was interested in sports from an early age and he has also started his career from an early age.

Meet Erickson Bans Parents

Erickson was born to his parents Mario Ferro and Nelson Bans.

There are not many details available about his parents on the internet and we have their names available at the moment.

He also has a sibling and her name is Jasmine.

His 2,605 points are the most in the history of the Rhode Island Interscholastic League.

He was named first-team All-State by the Providence Journal and is a candidate for Player of the Year.

In the 2019-20 regular season and RIIL Division II tournament, he averaged 30.1 points and six assists per game.

In addition, he advanced to the Division II semifinals in three of his four years, winning the D2 championship as a freshman.

Explore Erickson Bans Wikipedia

Erickson has played for four years in nearby Shea High School in Pawtucket.

He added nine steals to his 4.4 ppg, 1.4 RPG, and 0.5 APG averages.

He converted 30-of-63 field-goal tries and 8-of-19 three-point attempts. He also came off the bench against RIC and scored 14 points.

Off the bench, he scored eight points against both Stony Brook and St. Francis Brooklyn.

In the NEC semis, Erickson played 39 minutes and scored 13 points on 6-of-11 shooting.

Erickson also had four rebounds and two assists on the night.

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