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    Since 2020 Batang Gilas U17 did not qualify for FIBA Asia or FIBA WC U17 because of the pandemic it would be better to move on and focus on the next set of Batang Gilas prospects. I believe all International prospects are eligible.

    U17 World Cup to be held in Jakarta Indonesia during the year 2022. No update so far if FIBA Asia U16/U17 will be held the same year again or year prior.

    Current Prospects:
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    Kobe Demisana 6’7 UP
    JV Papa 6’9 NU
    Seb Reyes 6’5 NU
    Josh Minguillo 6’4 Xavier-CDO
    Zhan Paolo Moreno 6’0 Xavier-CDO
    Derek Domangcas 6’4 Ateneo
    Lionel Rubico 5’9 LPU
    Lebron Nieto 5’10 Ateneo
    Kris Porter 6’4 SHS-Ateneo
    Kurt Perciano 6’8 NU
    Joseph Ples 6’2 NU
    Christian Saenz 6’6 ?
    Jaime Gomez de Liao UP
    AJ Moudebalu 6’2 STI-West Negros

    International
    Enzo Schatzel 6’5 USA
    Xavier Chio 5’9 AUS
    Liam Jaymalin 5’7 USA
    Femi Edu 6’2 UK
    CJ Amos 6’0 AUS

    Age Questionable
    Kim Tamayo 5’11 NU
    Joemakiyo Nikoro 6’4 AdU
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    Not bad. Every team since Kai's batch just looks small from now on lol. I also just noticed most of the tall guys are a bit new to the game and quite soft. Femi and CJ are a must for this team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwertyz View Post
    Kris Porter 64 SHS-Ateneo
    same name as the the NLEX player who also played with Sacred Heart?
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    Quote Originally Posted by C2Hamm View Post
    same name as the the NLEX player who also played with Sacred Heart?
    Kristoffer Porter plays for NLEX and his brother Kristian Porter now plays for SHS.

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    you mean 2021 u16?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silent Killer View Post
    you mean 2021 u16?
    But haven’t they ditched a qualifying tournament the year before the world cup? They do it the same year as the world cup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwertyz View Post
    But haven’t they ditched a qualifying tournament the year before the world cup? They do it the same year as the world cup.
    it’s fiba asia’s fault.. most continent tournaments happen a year before.. notice the last time and this year, fiba asia u16 happen months before the u17 world cup? i dunno with fiba asia with all the delays.. no one wants to host is one.. we even don’t have seaba u16. that usually happen around summer time.. as you know in seaba region it’s Gilas and friends.. prior to kai’s batch it always happen a year before the world cup..

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    2020 u17 WC is for 03/04 born athletes.

    2021 U16 Asia 05/06 (top 4)
    Qualifies for
    2022 u17 WC 05/06

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