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    Quote Originally Posted by FARIDOON View Post
    6'8 AJ Edu
    6'9 Kai Sotto of Ateneo de Manila High School
    6'9 Ethan Kirkness
    6'3 Fil-American Class of 2019 PG Eli Ramos
    6'4 Fil-American Class of 2018 PG Robin Duncan
    5'9 Fil-American Class of 2019 PG Andre White Jr.
    6'5 Carl Tamayo of Adamson University
    6'8 Gian Gaspar of University of Santo Tomas
    6'8 Ladis Lepalam of La Salle Green Hills
    6'4 Rhayyan Amsali of National University
    5'9 Ralph Escalona of Ateneo de Manila High School
    6'5 Aaron Fermin of Arellano University
    6'0 Lars Sunga of Arellano University
    Joshua Ramirez of Chiang Kai Shek.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FARIDOON View Post
    6'8 AJ Edu
    6'9 Kai Sotto of Ateneo de Manila High School
    6'9 Ethan Kirkness
    6'3 Fil-American Class of 2019 PG Eli Ramos
    6'4 Fil-American Class of 2018 PG Robin Duncan
    5'9 Fil-American Class of 2019 PG Andre White Jr.
    6'5 Carl Tamayo of Adamson University
    6'8 Gian Gaspar of University of Santo Tomas
    6'8 Ladis Lepalam of La Salle Green Hills
    6'4 Rhayyan Amsali of National University
    5'9 Ralph Escalona of Ateneo de Manila High School
    6'5 Aaron Fermin of Arellano University
    6'0 Lars Sunga of Arellano University
    please make this happen
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    Question: Can Quentin Millora-Brown play for the Philippines U-18 in 2018 as a naturalized player?

    http://www.hudl.com/video/3/1389620/...e96b63802bfc37

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    Check out AJ Edu's latest highlights.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KxbOe_Zx5Lo

    The future is bright!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rzr_390 View Post
    Check out AJ Edu's latest highlights.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KxbOe_Zx5Lo

    The future is bright!
    indeed! Imagine with their projected height and development come tournament time:

    AJ Edu 18 yo - 6'10"
    Kai Sotto 16 yo - 7'2"-7'3"
    Ethan Kirkness 16 yo - 7'0"
    Carl Tamayo 17 y'o - 6'8"-6'9"
    Rhayyan Amsali 17 yo - 6'5"-6'6"

    anyone else?

    Frontline is scary. Hoping our Guards will be as reliable as usual

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wannabe View Post
    indeed! Imagine with their projected height and development come tournament time:

    AJ Edu 18 yo - 6'10"
    Kai Sotto 16 yo - 7'2"-7'3"
    Ethan Kirkness 16 yo - 7'0"
    Carl Tamayo 17 y'o - 6'8"-6'9"
    Rhayyan Amsali 17 yo - 6'5"-6'6"

    anyone else?

    Frontline is scary. Hoping our Guards will be as reliable as usual
    let's hope the future guards aren't crocodiles and be like rondo. pass first pg..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wannabe View Post
    indeed! Imagine with their projected height and development come tournament time:

    AJ Edu 18 yo - 6'10"
    Kai Sotto 16 yo - 7'2"-7'3"
    Ethan Kirkness 16 yo - 7'0"
    Carl Tamayo 17 y'o - 6'8"-6'9"
    Rhayyan Amsali 17 yo - 6'5"-6'6"

    anyone else?

    Frontline is scary. Hoping our Guards will be as reliable as usual
    Yes it should be a dominant frontline!
    Is there any new footage of Ethan or Kai?
    I read in a thread that Ethan has 3 point range now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rzr_390 View Post
    Yes it should be a dominant frontline!
    Is there any new footage of Ethan or Kai?
    I read in a thread that Ethan has 3 point range now?
    you can check in the U16 thread on links about kirkness footage, so far haven't seen kai latest footage
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    I know this may sound impossible but i always dream about this becoming a reality, do the people at SBP Batang Gilas Program aspire of making it to world stage? I know there are the school over country issues but man! Just Imagine this, could be a potential 2018 FIBA Asia U18 Champs and 2019 FIBA Wolds U19 Top 8 Team if most of these kids are still age eligible:

    2018 FIBA Asia U18
    Kamaka Hepa_ Naturalized_ 6'10" 18 y/o (Birthday: 1/27/00)
    AJ EDU_6'10", 18y/o
    Carl Tamayo_6'9, 17 y/o
    Rhyyan Amsali-6'5", 17 y/o
    Kai Sotto_7'2", 16y/o
    Ethan Kirkness_7'0", 16 y/o
    *Ron Harper Jr_6'5", 18 y/o (BirthdayApril 12, 2000)
    *Jeron Artest_6'3", 17 y/o

    *hope got PH Passport before 16

    add 4 more capable PG's and SG's and they're good to go
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wannabe View Post
    I know this may sound impossible but i always dream about this becoming a reality, do the people at SBP Batang Gilas Program aspire of making it to world stage? I know there are the school over country issues but man! Just Imagine this, could be a potential 2018 FIBA Asia U18 Champs and 2019 FIBA Wolds U19 Top 8 Team if most of these kids are still age eligible:

    2018 FIBA Asia U18
    Kamaka Hepa_ Naturalized_ 6'10" 18 y/o (Birthday: 1/27/00)
    AJ EDU_6'10", 18y/o
    Carl Tamayo_6'9, 17 y/o
    Rhyyan Amsali-6'5", 17 y/o
    Kai Sotto_7'2", 16y/o
    Ethan Kirkness_7'0", 16 y/o
    *Ron Harper Jr_6'5", 18 y/o (BirthdayApril 12, 2000)
    *Jeron Artest_6'3", 17 y/o

    *hope got PH Passport before 16

    add 4 more capable PG's and SG's and they're good to go
    I think Jeron Artest got his passport. I hope he did. His mom said she was working on getting his Philippine passport when he visited the Philippines in 2015. That was the same time he was spotted practicing with DLSU and had a photo with his tukayo Jeron Teng

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    hope Hepa gets to play for our U18 team together with Sotto 6'10 and Edu 6'9. that'd be a tall lineup.
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    How old is 1GDL?
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    Quote Originally Posted by weward View Post
    How old is 1GDL?
    afaik 18? can anyone confirm?
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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalsuperman View Post
    hope Hepa gets to play for our U18 team together with Sotto 6'10 and Edu 6'9. that'd be a tall lineup.
    Not just tall, Edu and Hepa are very capable forward/wing players
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    Quote Originally Posted by analyzed View Post
    Not just tall, Edu and Hepa are very capable forward/wing players
    i honestly see hepa and edu compliment each other. edu is more on defensive while hepa is offensive. edu now leads his league in blocks and rebound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalsuperman View Post
    i honestly see hepa and edu compliment each other. edu is more on defensive while hepa is offensive. edu now leads his league in blocks and rebound.

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    I agree just imagine if we can disregard that stupid Hagop rule, We might get Hepa (6'10) playing small forward or power forward, Bruce Edwards who could play small forward at 6'4 heck we may also recruit Tim Harrison (6'8) (check out this video:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CxyTotS3dTY) who I think plays more matured than AJ Edu.Harrison for me can play 3,4 or 5.Evyn Santiago is also a great prospect at 6 foot 4 can play the point guard spot.Speaking of point guard we may also get Sedrick Barefield. We could form a 12 man team based on Fil-foreign players alone,of course we should include our local born players.

    here are some other Fil-ams who are not eligible https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zc3P_uNvAAA

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    Quote Originally Posted by blitznutz View Post
    so there are actually rumors that Hepa might be a naturalized player for this coming FIBA AsiaU18
    https://www.justlanded.com/english/P...no-citizenship you cannot be naturalized until you are 21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex07 View Post
    https://www.justlanded.com/english/P...no-citizenship you cannot be naturalized until you are 21
    Naturalized under Philippine Law (which requires you to be of legal age) and 'naturalized' under the Hagop Rule for FIBA are 2 different things. Basically, considering Hepa's Filipino blood, he does not have to be naturalized under Ph law (like how Blatche did), but because he doesn't have a Ph passport before 16, he'll be considered ineligible and will be considered as a 'naturalized' player by FIBA. Think of it this way, imagine if Mo Tautuaa played for Gilas instead of Blatche. He's Filipino, but he's considered 'naturalized' by FIBA.

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    ^
    So my assumption was correct you cannot naturalize a minor foreigner (u21) , I was just thinking of this wild idea instead of naturalizing an establish adult like Blatche , naturalize someone u16 years old like Lebron's kid or Lonzo balls brother. that way you can use him as a local (not naturalize player) for Gilas. that would be day. but I guess this rule of not being able to naturalize a minor makes this idea moot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrjumbo03 View Post
    Naturalized under Philippine Law (which requires you to be of legal age) and 'naturalized' under the Hagop Rule for FIBA are 2 different things. Basically, considering Hepa's Filipino blood, he does not have to be naturalized under Ph law (like how Blatche did), but because he doesn't have a Ph passport before 16, he'll be considered ineligible and will be considered as a 'naturalized' player by FIBA. Think of it this way, imagine if Mo Tautuaa played for Gilas instead of Blatche. He's Filipino, but he's considered 'naturalized' by FIBA.
    I'm not sure about U-18 naturalized players.Is there such case any country has fielded U-18 naturalized players?
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