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    This is the most underrated batch we have in previous years because of influx of foreign based players in the radar of pba teams. Although the need to softening up on eligibility reqts by Marcial is the key.
    I think thers already a thread for this so just merge it..

    Notable names.

    Parks
    Domingo
    Tiongson

    Can be but may prefer import like money in ABL/TBL
    Mckinney
    Mike Williams
    Avery Scharer

    Long shot (age factor and abl money)

    Munzon
    Stephen Holt

    For local Scene the Gilas 23 seniors:
    CJ Perez
    Robert Bolick
    Boo tratter - first rounder being the few bigs in the draft..
    Jayvee Mocon
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Quote Originally Posted by reamily View Post
    This is the most underrated batch we have in previous years because of influx of foreign based players in the radar of pba teams. Although the need to softening up on eligibility reqts by Marcial is the key.
    I think thers already a thread for this so just merge it..

    Notable names.

    Parks
    Domingo
    Tiongson

    Can be but may prefer import like money in ABL/TBL
    Mckinney
    Mike Williams
    Avery Scharer

    Long shot (age factor and abl money)

    Munzon
    Stephen Holt

    For local Scene the Gilas 23 seniors:
    CJ Perez
    Robert Bolick
    Boo tratter - first rounder being the few bigs in the draft..
    Jayvee Mocon
    Tratter, Domingo and Tiongson will be first rounders because they are bigs. Who do you think will be picked earlier? But CJ Perez is also a prospective number 1. He is the next great PG. How is his BBIQ though? His height and athleticism alone might not be enough in the PBA where you have PGs like Ross. How old is Munzon? I like his game more than Parks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IshmaelM View Post
    Tratter, Domingo and Tiongson will be first rounders because they are bigs. Who do you think will be picked earlier? But CJ Perez is also a prospective number 1. He is the next great PG. How is his BBIQ though? His height and athleticism alone might not be enough in the PBA where you have PGs like Ross. How old is Munzon? I like his game more than Parks.
    23... Munzon is thin though, can score on mid tier pba team..But certainly isnt showing he has that intangibles that elite pba teams are looking into..

    He will be a longerr matthew wright though.. or maybe a taller terrence romeo
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    Trevis Jackson should apply for the PBA draft IMHO.

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    why i feel that this year's draft will be a shallow one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ja.he View Post
    why i feel that this year's draft will be a shallow one?
    yes if the filams wont come as you can see how "deep" is the list of the local prospects..
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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    Quote Originally Posted by reamily View Post
    yes if the filams wont come as you can see how "deep" is the list of the local prospects..
    what makes me think that this draft is shallow is the fact that no known big man, a legit one ala fajardo, slaughter, cs, or almazan join the draft.

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    6'6 Jeepy Faundo
    6'6 Ronnie de Leon
    5'10 Jason Brickman
    6'6 Ben Adamos

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    I'm impressed with Robert Bolick, specially with the way he played with San Beda in the recent tournament in Dubai.

    IshmaelM is right, Tratter, Domingo & Tiongson would be regarded highly in the draft becoz they are bigs, but I think skill-wise, Parks & Bolick as the standouts in the draft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ja.he View Post
    what makes me think that this draft is shallow is the fact that no known big man, a legit one ala fajardo, slaughter, cs, or almazan join the draft.
    In between pa nga daw si alamazan knowing chot prefers troy more if available
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    Quote Originally Posted by Money View Post
    Trevis Jackson should apply for the PBA draft IMHO.
    Dun na papunta given his play in Gamboa...

    But again ahanmisi was not hyped ut he was performing in a very good loaded team thats why ros knew what they getting in ahanmisi a solid thonking guard that can hurt you if you let your guard.. there are rashawn mccarthyjeremy king and now robbie herndon in the pba all high talented scoring guards but will not get the niche in limited minutes thats why i think twice if im mckinney and mike williams brickman because of bring a purr pg is a welcome addition in the pba..

    btw jerick is pba ready.. although i say he needs the perfect team to showcase his talents..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Money View Post
    Trevis Jackson should apply for the PBA draft IMHO.
    i like this kid...
    22 yo, scoring PG...
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    Scharer would have joined the draft a few years ago. I think he's already 30 years old!


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    Any news about Taylor Statham?
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    Im not sure about the eligibility of a lot of the ABL guys. If their parents were only American citizens when they were born I think it will be difficult for them to go PBA even if they have the blood.

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    Here are my personal top college prospects:

    Backcourt:
    CJ Perez (Proj. Top 3)
    Robert Bolick (Proj. Top 5)
    JJay Alejandro (Proj. Top 5)
    Robbie Manalang (Proj. Late 1st Rd. - Early 2nd Rd.)
    Ron Dennison - (Proj. Early 2nd Rd.)

    Frontcourt:
    Michael Calisaan (Proj. Top 12)
    Javee Mocon (Proj. Top 12)
    Abu Tratter (Proj. Top 12)

    For my Complete Top 12 List, visit my youtube video:
    PBA 2018 Rookie Draft | Top 12 College Prospects

    and feel free to give your thoughts about this topic!

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    Mocon > Alejandro

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenarcher View Post
    Mocon > Alejandro
    javee mocon can be a good player in a perfect team just like pogoy..

    if not he can become a cbc he was a solid player on fdo gilas but didnt translate well in pba
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    How good is Alejandro?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatweirdguy View Post
    How good is Alejandro?
    the guy can score a lot.. and one thing going to him is his size..

    downside is his too passive sometimes that sometimes he cant able to switch to his offense if the team needs to..
    To becomes Asia's Best, we need to compete against the World's Best..

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