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oca
05-16-2009, 02:38 PM
Too early? Naah! Malamang nga nabakuran na ang iba dyan na di alam ng madla.

Sino-sino ang mga alam niyong dapat ligawan o napasagot na ng mga recruiters at college coaches?

oca
05-16-2009, 02:40 PM
At random,

Tampus of Letran Squires. Sa akin eto ang pinakamagaling among eligibles sa Class of 2010. He plays dos and tres, a perfect fit at dos in college. Right now, no hs player can defend this kid.

Dela Cruz 6’3”, Red Cubs

Van Opstal (ayon kay pareng Schor') 6’7”, DLSZ, reminds me of Maierhofer in terms of mobility, speed at pangangatawan.

Khoubuntin, 6’3”, Squires

Dela Paz, DLSZ

Siempre, Agovida, JRU. Graduating this school yr but ineligible this coming NCAA season dahil lagpas na sa age limit.

Ravena. . . di pwedeng isama sa list. Incoming 3rd yr pa lang. ;D

Meron pang iba na nawaglit lang ngayon sa isip ko. Meron din ilan na magaling pero, imo, di pwedeng isabak agad tulad ni Vigil ng JRU. Bubot pa ang katawan, pero sa mga teams na kayang gumastos habang pinapahinog ang bata, kunin niyo na.

Edited: Corrected spelling of surname....

Schortsanitis
05-16-2009, 03:10 PM
^^^
It should be Arnold Van Opstal, the 6'7" player from DLSZ.

http://images.inquirer.net/media/sports/articles/images/pic-05051020280711.jpg

I think Gwynne Capacio should also be in that list, though he is a bit small at only 6'2" playing 4 and 5 in High School.

What year is Jeron Teng now, though? His elder brother Jeric is doing well with UST in the NSL.

Schortsanitis
05-16-2009, 03:27 PM
http://sports.inquirer.net/youthsports/youthsports/view/20090515-205219/Nike-Letran-juniors-nip-La-Salle-Zobel-in-OT

Nike: Letran Juniors Nip La Salle Zobel in OT

By Izah Morales
INQUIRER.net
First Posted 16:28:00 05/15/2009

MANILA, Philippines - Colegio de San Juan de Letran overcame a pesky De La Salle Zobel squad to eke out a 98-89 overtime victory in the Nike Summer League juniors held at FEU gym in Morayta.

The Little Squires led in all three quarters until a three-pointer by Nico Elorde leveled the score 85-all, sending the game into overtime.

But the Little Archers only managed to score four points in the overtime period.

Jarelan Tampus topscored for Letran with 35 points while Luigi de la Paz and Nico Elorde poured in 28 points and 18 points, respectively, for the losing side.

“I was satisfied with the way we played in the first three quarters but we relaxed in the end game,” Letran coach Elmer Latonio, who gave his players some tongue-lashing after the game.

Letran has racked up three wins to remain unbeaten while La Salle Zobel absorbed its first loss after winning its previous two matches.

bchoter
05-16-2009, 06:44 PM
Jeron Teng is HS Class 2011 yata.

razor
05-16-2009, 07:09 PM
Vosotros is in the same boat as Agovida and, hopefully, may also graduate this school year. ;)

Vigil is now putting up big numbers for the JRU Light Bombers.

canmaker
05-17-2009, 02:25 AM
incoming soph pa lang si jeron teng, so 2012 pa ...

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Jeron Teng is HS Class 2011 yata.

oca
05-17-2009, 10:15 AM
^^^
It should be Arnold Van Opstal, the 6'7" player from DLSZ.

http://images.inquirer.net/media/sports/articles/images/pic-05051020280711.jpg

I think Gwynne Capacio should also be in that list, though he is a bit small at only 6'2" playing 4 and 5 in High School.

What year is Jeron Teng now, though? His elder brother Jeric is doing well with UST in the NSL.


Buti at nabanggit mo si Gwynne Capacio. Medyo nagtatalo ang isipan ko sa bata kung siya yung tipong pwedeng i-line-up agad on his freshman yr. He doesn't handle the ball well to play 2 and I am not convinced he will be effective at 3. This kid is a victim of his own physique. Dating back to his Passarelle days, his coaches have conveniently played him at 4/5. As a consequence yung skills development niya hindi akma pagdating niya sa college; at alam natin hindi siya uubra sa posisyong 4/5 sa college. Pero mataas ang game IQ ng bata. Imo, ang magpahinog ng isang taon sa college would do him well. During this time matuto siya ng tamang skills to play a smaller position.

Looking at that same picture, take note of that #7 kid of the FEU Baby Tamaraws, nakatalikod. Sorry di ko matandaan ang pangalan, pero Ang yata ang surname. Hindi ko alam kung 4th year na siya sa pasukan, pero magaling yan! In fact yung huling MMBL nasa mythical team yan ng Div 1. Div 1 ng MMBL has all the Junior teams of the NCAA, UAAP and MMTLBA participating. Kaya yung mapasam ka sa mythical 5 ay di biro.

There's another kid from FEU. Yung matangakad... Escoto yata. Pero dahil mga Baby Tams ang mga iyan, tiyak itinali na yan ni Montinola sa puno ng mangga sa loob ng FEU.

Schortsanitis
05-17-2009, 01:15 PM
There's another kid from FEU. Yung matangakad... Escoto yata. Pero dahil mga Baby Tams ang mga iyan, tiyak itinali na yan ni Montinola sa puno ng mangga sa loob ng FEU.


LOL. The FEU fans in the other forum have been constantly hyping up Escoto, who is reportedly around 6'6". And yes, since FEU now has a very active recruitment program right now under Montinola, it is unlikely FEU will let him go.

oca
05-17-2009, 04:20 PM
There's another kid from FEU. Yung matangakad... Escoto yata. Pero dahil mga Baby Tams ang mga iyan, tiyak itinali na yan ni Montinola sa puno ng mangga sa loob ng FEU.


LOL. The FEU fans in the other forum have been constantly hyping up Escoto, who is reportedly around 6'6". And yes, since FEU now has a very active recruitment program right now under Montinola, it is unlikely FEU will let him go.


He is not worth the hype. He can't even dominate at this level, paano pa pagpasok niya ng college. Hindi naman sa hindi magaling yung bata, pero kulang pa sa skills. Ang upside sa kanya ay yung relative athleticisn. Mabilis siya for kids of his height, mataas tumalon, maganda footwork. From there, madali na i-develop yung kinakailangang basketball skills.

bchoter
05-17-2009, 07:10 PM
^ That's why he is not included in the Tamaraws' roster in season 72. They have enough big men in Cervantez, Ramos, and Eguiloz.

Mateen Cleaves
05-19-2009, 07:16 PM
He is not worth the hype. He can't even dominate at this level, paano pa pagpasok niya ng college. Hindi naman sa hindi magaling yung bata, pero kulang pa sa skills. Ang upside sa kanya ay yung relative athleticisn. Mabilis siya for kids of his height, mataas tumalon, maganda footwork. From there, madali na i-develop yung kinakailangang basketball skills.


Hindi ako masyadong nababahala na ganoon ka dominante si Escoto sa juniors. Bata pa naman. Mas mabagal naman talaga mag-mature ang big men. Siguro kung 18 or 19-year old na siya sa high school at mahina pa rin sa high school level ay pagdududahan ko na. Pero, matangkad. Malamang, tatangkad pa. Above average, even superior, athleticism. sinabi na nga na maganda ang footwork.

I agree that he's not worth the hype, kung ang ibig sabihin mo ay yung mga comments na instant impact siya sa college. But I still think he is worth all the recruiting attention just for the upside. Sa materyales niya ngayon, sulit maghintay ng 2 taon para mahinog muna ang katawan at laro niya. Maturuan lang ng maayos. :)

irateluvmachine
05-20-2009, 12:03 PM
si agovida lagpas na sa age limit? i always thought he was 18 as of this year...

KingRedLion
05-20-2009, 12:22 PM
If I recall correctly, Joescoundrel just recently posted that Agovida was nowhere to be found and perhaps may have gone home to their province... ???

The future sure is bright for collegiate basketball. Everyone's digging deeper and grassroots dev't is on the move.

Wang-Bu
06-09-2009, 08:19 AM
Karaniwan ang tinitignan kagad ng recruiter ay ang tangkad o laki ng bata. Sa high school kasi medyo mahirap tanchahin kung sa stats lang titignan, hindi malinaw kung nang isang kumakamada ng 50 kada-laro sa high school ay kaya pa ding gawin 'yan sa college.

Si Sir Joe tuwang-tuwa sa mga gaya nina Jerelan Tampus, Kyle Neypes, Luigi De La Paz at Louie Vigil, pero ewan ko lang kung kaya nilang gawin sa college ang ginagawa nila ngayon sa high school, lalo pa kung hindi na sila lumaki pa mula sa kanilang kasalukuyang katayuan.

Kaya nga mas tinitignan ngayon ang mga gaya nina Arnold Van Opstal at kahit nung Raffy Oktubre na kasapi sa Visayas team ng NBTC. Si Van Opstal mahina ang 6-6, habang 6-5 naman si Oktubre, at parehas pa silang nasa 17 going on 18 pa lang ang edad. Sa ganyang tangkad nila kahit hindi na sila lumaki pa ayos na ayos na sila sa college, pukpukin na lang ng coaches sa training. Maganda mapunta sila sa paaralan kung saan hindi kinakahon sa poste ang mga gaya nilang matatangkad, gaya kunwari ng FEU o kaya Mapua.

Pero sa totoo lang mas maganda yatang mapunta na lang sila sa UE... ;D

oca
06-09-2009, 11:17 AM
^
Pareng Wang-Bu... Sa mga di matatangkad na Jr. ballers, palagay ko hindi mapapag-iiwanan pagdating ng college and mga tulad ni Tampus, dela Paz at yung Joshua Saret ng Light Bombers.

Nasabi ko yan dahil hindi na sila magbabago ng posisyon pagdating ng kolehiyo. Tampus ay swak na swak sa dos, combo guard si dela Paz at PG si Saret. Di man sila gumawa uli ng 20 o 30 bawat laro, magiging bahagi yan ng core ng sino mang koponan na mapuntahan nila. Pero kutob ko pagdating ni Tampus ng 3rd yr, kakayanin niya uli gumawa ng 20 on a good day.

Maraming magaling itong Class of 2010, pero maraming mawawala sa posisyon pagtapak ng college at malaking adjustment ang kailangan. Pero yan din ang sukatan ng game IQ at dedication ng mga bata. Yung dumaan uli sa processo at matutong maglaro ng ibang posisyon.

Pero kung ako ang isang recruiter o college coach, hahabulin ko yang si Tampus at van Opstal. Jakpot ang mga makakakuha dyan.

batangueño
06-10-2009, 08:16 PM
Found this very interesting article on the Nike Summer League 2009 website. I am just curious though as to who among these kids apart from De La Cruz of SBC and Khobuntin of CSJL are graduating this UAAP and NCAA season and could be of use to any UAAP or NCAA college team next year.


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http://www.nikebasketball.com.ph/nsl2009/news_read.php?id=208&class=daily


New Hoop Heroes On The Rise -- Juniors
by Joseph W Buduan of www.gameface.ph


Gwyne Capacio, 6’3” 180 pounds, Forward, La Salle Zobel:
If he were six inches shorter he would still make a great swingman with his quickness, perimeter shooting and ability to handle the ball, but with his height and length he is arguably the best forward in the high school game now, and he’s still got his senior year to look forward to.

Keifer Ravena, 5’9” 140 pounds, Guard, NBTC National Team:
Arguably no other high school player has gotten as much attention and has drawn as much praise as this second generation baller. Undoubtedly talented, he has also learned to control his game and harness his amazing gifts. From being nothing more than a stone scorer he has also become adept as a passer and unassuming but effective as a defender.

Arthur De La Cruz, 6’3” 180 pounds, Center-Forward, San Beda:
Being the son of a former NCAA superstar would be tough enough, but De La Cruz is showing that he might become a better player than his illustrious father. He already has a better perimeter game and better handles than the old man, and is quickly becoming the next great player to come out of the highly touted program of the legendary Ato Badolato.

Kyle Neypes, 6’2” 165 pounds, Forward, Santo Tomas:
Following the footsteps of former high-flying Growling Tigers Nino Gelig and Cyrus Baguio, he is a phenomenal athlete who also displays a strong all around game, able to play up to four positions from off-guard to center. Neypes carried the Tiger Cubs almost all by himself in Season 71 in a very tough field and very nearly brought them to the Final 4.

Arwin Albano, 6’0” 155 pounds, Forward, FEU-FERN:
Albano will be remembered for his steady play and pressure freethrows in overtime that pushed the Baby Tamaraws past then-defending champion La Salle Zobel and into the Season 71 UAAP junior division Finals against Ateneo. He plays with a maturity that belies his teenaged status, and he keeps his team steady in critical junctures of tough games with his ability to get the tough rebounds, guard the best payer of the opposing team and timely scoring.

Aiki Herrera, 6’3” 200 pounds, Center, La Salle Zobel:
Arguably the strongest high school center in this tournament, he is a force to reckon with in the lane with his broad shoulders and meaty arms. For a player with his mass, he is pretty light on his feet and moves very well box-to-box and operating in the low blocks. Herrera is double handfuls underneath where he secures rebounds, intimidates with his power, and scores nearly at will against any other center.

Glenn Khobuntin, 6’3” 170 pounds, Center-Forward, Letran:
He may not be the most highly-touted player in the star-studded NCAA junior division, but he does turn heads with his strong fundamentals and willingness to do the dirty work for the Squires. Khobuntin uses his long limbs and quick second jump to control the boards, provide strong help defense and clean up off the offensive glass, apart from getting opportunistic baskets down low.

Israel Banal, 5’11” 150 pounds, Swingman, Ateneo De Manila:
Banal is one of the best shooters in the high school game and his ever-expanding floor game should make it even more difficult to contain him. He used to be strictly a catch-shoot artist, but now he can put the ball on the floor and look for his own shot, apart from setting up teammates for their patented high-low plays.

Jerome Rosal, 5’10” 135 pounds, Forward, Philippine College of Criminology:
Looking at his reed-thin frame, no one would expect this guy to be that good in a physical game. He makes up for it with speed and his incredible leaping ability. Rosal can dunk in real games as easily as he can nail the three-pointer, and he is a deceptive rebounder who gets tough ones in traffic. All this made him the MVP of the junior division of the inaugural UCLAA tournament as he led the Junior Enforcers to the title.

Mark Cruz, 5’6” 125 pounds, Pointguard, Letran:
Small players tend to get overlooked in a game of big men. Such is not the case for Cruz, whose ability to break down defenses with his dribble-drive, set up teammates in their favorite spots, and long-range shooting should raise a lot of interest this summer. He paid his dues on the training team and now gets to showcase his game in a big time tournament.

Ken Mamaril, 6’4” 205 pounds, Center, San Sebastian:
It was easy to overlook him on a roster that had a star-studded frontline. Arvie Bringas, Yutien Andrada and even Marco Cam got all the minutes and all the news space. Meanwhile Mamaril was biding his time, learning the game and practicing hard against these talented teammates every day. Now is his time to shine and become the new great big man for the multi-tiled Golden Staglets.

Wang-Bu
06-12-2009, 10:40 AM
^^ Nakaligtaan yata ni Sir Joe sina Jerelan Tampus at Jeff Ongteco ng Letran, na kakampi ni Khobuntin. Si Tampus ay hinirang na MVP nitong nakaraos lang na Nike Summer League sa juniors kung saan nag-kampeon ang Squires. Si Ongteco, bagama't hindi putok ang pangalan bilang big man sa NCAA, gumawa ng mahahalagang puntos sa ilalim nung humahabol ang UST.

Wala din sa kanyang listahan sina Richie Lontoc, Louie Vigil at Joshua Saret ng JRU, pati na si Mark Flores ng Lasalle Greenhills at si Moline Gonzalez ng UST na kasama ni Tampus sa Mythical 5 sa Nike, na kumamada ng higit 15 puntos kada laro. At siempre pa, nariyan din dapat sina Arnold Van Opstal at Luigi De La Paz ng Lasalle Zobel, na isa pang Mythcial 5 sa Nike.

bchoter
06-12-2009, 04:30 PM
Ken Mamaril is offtopic in this thread. He is an incoming college freshman.

irateluvmachine
06-15-2009, 03:05 PM
Ken Mamaril is offtopic in this thread. He is an incoming college freshman.


is he related to billy and romy mamaril by any chance?

IMHO, he's a project...given that he saw so little playing time behind bringas and andrada...

Joescoundrel
06-16-2009, 07:24 PM
^ Son of Romy, brother of Billy.

If he is no longer in high school, where oh where is he attending college? He was not on any of the lineups in any of the summer leagues, including his own San Sebastian. I saw the mag-ama watching one of the Staglets games in the Nike but did not get a chance to talk to them.

ilovedhay
07-10-2009, 04:44 PM
Jarelan Tampus and Glen Khobuntin will be top prospect next UAAP and NCAA season

bossman
07-11-2009, 12:08 AM
Baser Amer is a black sheep in this batch. Call him the underdog, sleeper or what but he is the greatest of them. Knowing Coach Ato, He can show you how good Amer is.

onggok
07-11-2009, 11:07 AM
What happen to Escoto of FEU and why is not included on the list of 2010 prospect. I think you will find more prospect in the province than in the NCR.

razor
07-11-2009, 12:28 PM
Baser Amer is a black sheep in this batch. Call him the underdog, sleeper or what but he is the greatest of them. Knowing Coach Ato, He can show you how good Amer is.


Amer is only a junior this school year.

He will be much sought after next year.

naz-T
07-11-2009, 05:11 PM
The Light Bombers improved to 2-1 as Joshua Saret and Louie Vigil combined for 96 points in a 135-58 ambush of the EAC Brigadiers.

Saret made 12 three point shots

bchoter
07-13-2009, 12:05 AM
What happen to Escoto of FEU and why is not included on the list of 2010 prospect. I think you will find more prospect in the province than in the NCR.
Escoto was told that he will have to sit out 2 seasons out of HS. That's how long the FEU roster of big men is.

onggok
07-13-2009, 07:35 AM
So, FEU want to hide Escoto para hindi ma pirate ng ibang school. Kung ako sa ibang school magtatayo ako ng farm system sa probinsya gaya ng Pampanga,Pangasinan,Ilocus Cagayan , Mindanao at Visaya kasi lahat ng magagaling and the best center player from College at professional came from these province. Most of the high school player came from NCR puro hype lang.

bchoter
07-13-2009, 12:14 PM
I don't think FEU is hiding Esocot when they decided to let him sit out in Team B for 2 years. The wiser choice would hve been to put him in the line up. Let's see if any other school will dare touch him if he's already officially in the UAAP. Masyado lang talagang malalim ang pool ng FEU.

Semenelin
07-13-2009, 05:01 PM
OT: which school did mamaril and dix enroll into?

onggok
07-14-2009, 08:23 AM
I don't think FEU is hiding Esocot when they decided to let him sit out in Team B for 2 years. The wiser choice would hve been to put him in the line up. Let's see if any other school will dare touch him if he's already officially in the UAAP. Masyado lang talagang malalim ang pool ng FEU.
Correct me if I'm wrong, I think Escoto is only 16 years old,and he is only fourth year high school.Puede na bang maglaro sa senior team B ng FEU kahit High school pa lang siya?

Joescoundrel
07-14-2009, 08:48 AM
^ Russell Escoto is indeed only 16 years young. He is however a legit college freshman now as he graduated on time last year.

duphaR007
07-14-2009, 07:36 PM
san galing na province si escoto?

bchoter
07-14-2009, 08:41 PM
^ Pangasinan?

razor
07-22-2009, 09:58 PM
Bombs away: JRU’s Saret fires 89 points in NCAA jrs

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Jose Rizal U’s Point guard Joshua Saret lived up to his billing as the most promising junior player in the league when he posted a quadruple-double topped by 89 points in the Light Bombers' 171-43 win over the Angeles U Foundation Junior Danes at the Filoil Flying V Arena.

Saret spiked his massive point production with 11 rebounds, 12 assists and 13 steals to post the league's first ever quadruple-double since Ryan Buenafe of San Sebastian, who now plays for Ateneo, did it two years ago.

In his feat of overshadowing the league's best production, Saret posted a 50 percent clip from the two point area and a 78 percent success rate from beyond the arc as he sank 19 of his 26 attempts.

Xxx

“It’s good for the school, we’re proud of him," said Jose Rizal’s board representative Paul Supan.

“We’re excited to have him in our seniors’ team because he has already committed playing (for JRU) next year."

Because of Saret's record-breaking performance, JRU Bombers head coach Ariel Vanguardia is now unsure if they can still keep the point guard within the JRU fold.

"Kailangang maglabas na ng kotse kay Saret," said Vanguardia, adding that Ateneo is now trying to recruit the graduating high school student.

"Ang sabi ko kay Paul na kailangan namin si Saret next year dahil mawawala na si Cagoco," added Vanguardia who is referring to one of the Bombers top scorer Mark Cagoco. – Perry Legaspi, GMANews.TV

Wow. Tatapatan pala ni Vanguardia ang offer ng Ateneo... :P ;D

naz-T
07-23-2009, 03:23 AM
Bombs away: JRU’s Saret fires 89 points in NCAA jrs

Xxx

Jose Rizal U’s Point guard Joshua Saret lived up to his billing as the most promising junior player in the league when he posted a quadruple-double topped by 89 points in the Light Bombers' 171-43 win over the Angeles U Foundation Junior Danes at the Filoil Flying V Arena.

Saret spiked his massive point production with 11 rebounds, 12 assists and 13 steals to post the league's first ever quadruple-double since Ryan Buenafe of San Sebastian, who now plays for Ateneo, did it two years ago.

In his feat of overshadowing the league's best production, Saret posted a 50 percent clip from the two point area and a 78 percent success rate from beyond the arc as he sank 19 of his 26 attempts.

Xxx

“It’s good for the school, we’re proud of him," said Jose Rizal’s board representative Paul Supan.

“We’re excited to have him in our seniors’ team because he has already committed playing (for JRU) next year."

GOOD LUCK MR. PAUL SUPAN. I HOPE SARET REALLY COMMITTED PLAYING FOR JRU NEXT YEAR.
Because of Saret's record-breaking performance, JRU Bombers head coach Ariel Vanguardia is now unsure if they can still keep the point guard within the JRU fold.

"Kailangang maglabas na ng kotse kay Saret," said Vanguardia, adding that Ateneo is now trying to recruit the graduating high school student.

"Ang sabi ko kay Paul na kailangan namin si Saret next year dahil mawawala na si Cagoco," added Vanguardia who is referring to one of the Bombers top scorer Mark Cagoco. – Perry Legaspi, GMANews.TV

SI COACH TELETUBBIES NAMAN, MAGLABAS NG KOTSE JRU? EH SERVICE NGA NG JUNIORS WALA KAYO EH. DALAS NAKIKITA NAKAABANG NG TAXI ANG JUNIOR PLAYERS NIYO TAPOS NG LARO, HABANG NAKA COASTER ANG MGA SENIOR PLAYERS. BIGYAN MO NALANG NG PANG TAXI NG HINDI PAKALAT KALAT MGA JUNIOR PLAYERS NIYO

PURO NAMAN YABANG YAN SI COACH TELETUBBIES EH, YUNG TEAM NGA NG TOYOTA SA PBL NAPAKALAKAS, UNA NA ELIMINATE NG SIYA ANG NAG COACH.

onggok
07-25-2009, 04:10 PM
san galing na province si escoto?
Russel Escoto is from Pampanga (Cutcut Angeles city Pampanga)

bchoter
07-25-2009, 09:26 PM
Yeah. stand corrected.

mighty_lion
08-11-2009, 10:35 AM
Tampus attempted 157 FG attempts in 8 games converting 59%. What is new to me is he never tried shooting 3pt FG despite 157 FG attempts in 8 games. Wala syang outside shooting?

oca
08-11-2009, 10:48 AM
Tampus attempted 157 FG attempts in 8 games converting 59%. What is new to me is he never tried shooting 3pt FG despite 157 FG attempts in 8 games. Wala syang outside shooting?


If you can drive and glide at will to the basket, why take the lower percentage shots? Take note, aside from the Red Cubs frontline, mababa ang frontline ng ibang teams.

But I saw him play against the formidable frontline of DLSZ, he can convert from the perimeter pag hirap siyang pumasok. No 3-ptrs. But he has the form, konting oras lang sa gym, he will handle the distance.

For me, the best prospect of this class.

dakadak
08-30-2009, 08:10 PM
elow poh.... san po ba maglalaro si keith jasper agovida? tsaka cla almond vosotros?

bchoter
08-30-2009, 11:14 PM
Bolang crystal ang hanap mo iha

Joescoundrel
09-01-2009, 11:57 AM
It seems Mark Flores, the 6'2" forward of Lasalle Greenhills (I refuse to call them LSGH-College of St Benilde), has not gotten much attention, which I find a little strange.

Flores can shoot the long ball, runs hard going both ways, changes directions easily, is an underrated defender, and crashes the boards. His jets, his handles and his springs aren't exactly head-turning, but they are average to above-average, and as a legit high school senior he is already 6-foot-2. He won't have to adjust much going into the college game. With his size and current skill set he can be a good enough college 2/3, maybe even take a stab at being a 3/4 in a short lineup. If he grows another inch and gets some good plyo training he might become a legit college star.

I am not yet sold on his teammate and former RP Boys Team player Michael Pate, a maybe 6'1" center-forward without a shot beyond 10 feet. Flores is a better and more intelligent position defender and rebounder.






Gameface is Philippine Basketball

LION
09-01-2009, 02:28 PM
elow poh.... san po ba maglalaro si keith jasper agovida? tsaka cla almond vosotros?


Almond Vosotros was just given his allowance last week by a DLSU booster. ;D

Joescoundrel
09-01-2009, 03:56 PM
Off most radars is Jerome Rosal, a 5'11" swingman out of the Philippine College of Criminology high school program. Rosal was named MVP when he led the Junior Enforcers to the inaugural UCLAA championship against St Jude College of Manila.

Rosal can dunk in traffic and stick the trey, can handle and run and hustle. He needs to be taught better defense though because he is still too matador in his approach. With his long limbs, great footwork and quickness, there is no reason for opposing players to just be taking it too him.






Gameface is Philippine Basketball

bchoter
09-03-2009, 12:21 AM
Off most radars is Jerome Rosal, a 5'11" swingman out of the Philippine College of Criminology high school program. Rosal was named MVP when he led the Junior Enforcers to the inaugural UCLAA championship against St Jude College of Manila.

Rosal can dunk in traffic and stick the trey, can handle and run and hustle. He needs to be taught better defense though because he is still too matador in his approach. With his long limbs, great footwork and quickness, there is no reason for opposing players to just be taking it too him.






Gameface is Philippine Basketball
I saw this kid versus the Tigercubs las pre-season. He also has a good court awareness. On numerous baseball passes he easily handled the ball whether it was too deep, behind him or on top of defenders. He would catch the ball and attack the basket effortlessly even in traffic. In one instances, instead of grabbing the ball which was being contested, he just redirected the pass to a streaking teammate on the other side of the lane.

mighty_lion
09-04-2009, 09:19 AM
Nakasalubong ko si Saret sa Arena nung Monday. Ang liit. Sobrang generous na ang magsabing nasa 5'5 yung bata.

MonL
09-04-2009, 12:05 PM
^ He's short and stocky like Boyet Bautista. He'll have to hustle his butt off in the seniors to make an impact. Right now he can brute force his way through lightweight frontlines or stick a long J off cheating defenses. Can he do the same later on against bigger and stronger players who are just as fast?

ilovedhay
09-13-2009, 07:57 PM
Off most radars is Jerome Rosal, a 5'11" swingman out of the Philippine College of Criminology high school program. Rosal was named MVP when he led the Junior Enforcers to the inaugural UCLAA championship against St Jude College of Manila.

Rosal can dunk in traffic and stick the trey, can handle and run and hustle. He needs to be taught better defense though because he is still too matador in his approach. With his long limbs, great footwork and quickness, there is no reason for opposing players to just be taking it too him.


Bukas ang pintuan ng Letran para sa kanya



Gameface is Philippine Basketball

tamarawz_14
09-27-2009, 07:46 PM
Off most radars is Jerome Rosal, a 5'11" swingman out of the Philippine College of Criminology high school program. Rosal was named MVP when he led the Junior Enforcers to the inaugural UCLAA championship against St Jude College of Manila.

Rosal can dunk in traffic and stick the trey, can handle and run and hustle. He needs to be taught better defense though because he is still too matador in his approach. With his long limbs, great footwork and quickness, there is no reason for opposing players to just be taking it too him.



bukas ang FEU para sa kanya..hahahahaha..






Gameface is Philippine Basketball
I saw this kid versus the Tigercubs las pre-season. He also has a good court awareness. On numerous baseball passes he easily handled the ball whether it was too deep, behind him or on top of defenders. He would catch the ball and attack the basket effortlessly even in traffic. In one instances, instead of grabbing the ball which was being contested, he just redirected the pass to a streaking teammate on the other side of the lane.

Joescoundrel
09-30-2009, 10:28 AM
^ PCCr head coach Bang Tumapat told me that Jerome Rosal is now training with Adamson.

I only saw Clyde Aparicio in one or two games in the Tiong Lian, and he seemed ready to go to a mid-level NCAA school like say EAC or Arellano with his type of game. Can anyone give any further details about this boy?

He looked legitimately 5'7", dominated the ball a lot, drove in more than shot from the outside, played a lot of anticipation defense in the passing lanes.

glock23
10-01-2009, 09:38 PM
elow poh.... san po ba maglalaro si keith jasper agovida? tsaka cla almond vosotros?


Almond Vosotros was just given his allowance last week by a DLSU booster. ;D


Baka naman nagpabili lang ng yosi? ;D

canmaker
10-01-2009, 09:50 PM
ano bang brand ng yosi mo, senor? hehehe

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glock23
10-02-2009, 05:41 PM
ano bang brand ng yosi mo, senor? hehehe

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i dont smoke senor ;D

glock23
10-03-2009, 11:30 PM
Jarelan Tampus and Glen Khobuntin will be top prospect next UAAP and NCAA season


Napaka buenas naman ng makakakuha sa mga yan! Actualy maski si Tampus lang swerte na. ;D

Joescoundrel
10-04-2009, 02:04 AM
^ Jarelan Tampus is going to the UAAP's Dominican School, UST. There he will become this generation's Joseph Yeo.

Bueno, patoma na magpapatoma... :-X

bchoter
10-04-2009, 03:11 AM
^ Can't count chicks until they're hatched pare. Pag chicks na saka natin pulutanin :D

Joescoundrel
10-04-2009, 10:59 AM
^ Basta si Pach... :-*

sanlo
10-04-2009, 11:06 AM
Jarelan Tampus and Glen Khobuntin will be top prospect next UAAP and NCAA season


Napaka buenas naman ng makakakuha sa mga yan! Actualy maski si Tampus lang swerte na. ;D


Pag si Jarelan, Tampus ang kalaban! ;D

glock23
10-04-2009, 09:53 PM
^ Jarelan Tampus is going to the UAAP's Dominican School, UST. There he will become this generation's Joseph Yeo.

Bueno, patoma na magpapatoma... :-X


Hindi yata yan ang narinig ko pareng Joe! ;)

McCoy
10-07-2009, 10:09 AM
^ PCCr head coach Bang Tumapat told me that Jerome Rosal is now training with Adamson.

I only saw Clyde Aparicio in one or two games in the Tiong Lian, and he seemed ready to go to a mid-level NCAA school like say EAC or Arellano with his type of game. Can anyone give any further details about this boy?

He looked legitimately 5'7", dominated the ball a lot, drove in more than shot from the outside, played a lot of anticipation defense in the passing lanes.



kaibigan sa Chiang Kai Shek, maglalaro si Clyde Aparicio, gusto sana siyang kunin ng Mapua pero mas pinili non bata CKSC.

Wang-Bu
10-07-2009, 01:34 PM
Nag-MVP pala si Jet Romeo sa UAAP Juniors. Ang pagkakarinig ko sa barker kahapon kumamada daw ng mga 49 points per game itong Romeo, kasama na nung tumabo siya ng 83 points.

Malamang malaki na naman ang magiging pagtingin sa kanya ng mga scouts. Sa ganang akin naman hindi ako kombinsido sa galing nitong Romeo kung ang tutukuyin natin ay larong college na. Medyo sagad na din sa edad itong Romeo sa Juniors, kumbaga kayang-kaya niyang i-mama karamihan ng mga kalaban niya sa Juniors na edad 14, 15 hanggang 16. Wika nga ng mga gaya nina Ato Badolato at Horacio Lim na mismo, iba laban kapag nasa 18 anyos na ang kalaban nasa 15 o kahit 16 anyos lang. Sa totoo lang hindi ganun kabilis o kataas lumundag ang Romeo, hindi din ganun kaganda pukol ni Romeo. Nung kumamada siya ng 83 ang kanyang tres ay lilima lang, nasa 5-12 yata siya mula tres.

Ang magandang tanong dito siya ba ay magiging Uno o Dos sa college? Kung Dos lamunin siya ng buhay ng mga Dos na matatangkad gaya na lang nung *ehem* Paul Lee, o Eric Salamat. Kung Uno naman, ano gagawin niya kontra sa mga Uno na gaya nina Joel Tolentino at LA Revilla, o gaya nina Jeric Canada at Lester Alvarez, na totoong Uno mula pa simula ng kanilang karerang busluan?

Mukhang derechong Team B muna siya sa FEU.

mighty_lion
10-14-2009, 12:25 AM
San Beda Red Cubs and Letran Squires will go head to head for the #1 spot later at 2pm. The game will be televised live by Studio 23 and replay will be aired later in Balls TV.

The game will feature graduating players like Tampus and Khobuntin of Letran Squires and Dela Cruz, Moralde and Sara of San Beda Red Cubs.

oca
10-14-2009, 06:45 AM
San Beda Red Cubs and Letran Squires will go head to head for the #1 spot later at 2pm. The game will be televised live by Studio 23 and replay will be aired later in Balls TV.

The game will feature graduating players like Tampus and Khobuntin of Letran Squires and Dela Cruz, Moralde and Sara of San Beda Red Cubs.



The Red Cubs and the Squires are expected to meet in the finals. Merong tatlong laro, etong laro na ito at least dalawa sa finals, para makilatis ng mga manonood kung ano calibre nila.

Sa pagkakalam ko yung point guard ng Letran na si Cruz ay graduating rin. Magaling ang "game control" ng bata kaya maganda rin panoorin. Mababa ang height to be a good prospect for college, but with the Revillas and Anquillos, malay natin.

diego
10-14-2009, 06:38 PM
mga sir ano ang tingin nio dito kay roldan sara ng red cubs? tingin nio ba hinog na ito para sa college ball? marami ang kumikilatis kay tampus pero mukhang hindi napapansin itong si sara.. marunong na player at may pukol pa sa labas.. alam nio naman kung pano magproduce ng mga point guard si senor ato...

McCoy
10-27-2009, 10:08 AM
i think, hindi na pakakawalan ng Letran si Tampus at Khobutin pati yun Ongtengco. magiging malaking tulong yun tatlo sa Knights lalo na wala na si Jazul at Guevarra.

bowtoBLUE
11-03-2009, 09:00 AM
in a strictly objective comparison, who would you rank as the top 5 juniors players for both the ncaa and uaap.

my picks (no particular order):
ravena - admu
romeo - feu-fern
amer - sbc
vigil - jru
tampus - csjl

razor
11-03-2009, 09:05 AM
^ Amer is still a junior and can only play college ball beginning Seasons 87 or 74.

bowtoBLUE
11-03-2009, 09:24 AM
^ Amer is still a junior and can only play college ball beginning Seasons 87 or 74.


that is true. kiefer ravena is also in 3rd year. i am just wondering who people think are the top 5 players in the ncaa and uaap for the juniors. not top 5 high school players on your wishlist for your team.

onggok
11-03-2009, 01:49 PM
Any prospects from the provinces? because sometimes the players come from the provinces are better than the high school prospects from the NCR and the good example of this is BASTE. If you are looking for potentials, I think the kids from the provinces has a lot more potentials kasi some of them did not get proper training like the players from the NCR. Kung ako ang UST,NU,ADAMSON,UE,UP,MAPUA,JRU, and BENILDE, I will spend my money recruiting in the provinces at bigay na lahat ang top prospects from NCR sa ATENEO,LA SALLE, at BEDA.

Semenelin
05-28-2010, 11:20 PM
so far, si jerome rosal at si mark flores yun mga nabanggit dito na parang hindi ko pa napapansin sa mga news during the preseason tournaments. san na ba maglalaro ang mga ito this coming season?

also, is nikko montelibano an incoming freshman?

BLUE HORSE
05-28-2010, 11:35 PM
Is Mark Flroes from LSGH? If yes, he iwill suit up for UP as a true freshman together with Martin Pascual of AHS and Jett Manuel of Xavier.

Semenelin
05-28-2010, 11:37 PM
Is Mark Flroes from LSGH? If yes, he iwill suit up for UP as a true freshman together with Martin Pascual of AHS and Jett Manuel of Xavier.

yes, i believe he is from LSGH

canmaker
05-29-2010, 12:20 AM
Nico Montelibano should be an incoming HS Senior. He was reportedly enrolled with Rizal Tech University (RTU) in Mandaluyong last year (the school handled by ex UST Asst Coach Beaujing Acot as Athletic Director) ...

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sanlo
05-29-2010, 11:13 AM
Nico Montelibano should be an incoming HS Senior. He was reportedly enrolled with Rizal Tech University (RTU) in Mandaluyong last year (the school handled by ex UST Asst Coach Beaujing Acot as Athletic Director) ...

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Is there a Nico and a Nikko Montelibano? ???

mighty_lion
06-15-2010, 08:40 PM
Now that college season is about to start who do you think are the frontrunners for ROY given their maturity/readiness to contribute and their team situation?

oca
06-19-2010, 08:19 AM
Now that college season is about to start who do you think are the frontrunners for ROY given their maturity/readiness to contribute and their team situation?



First we have to remind readers here who are qualified to be candidates for ROY.

Sa NCAA, kahit di ka na college freshman, for as long as you are playing in your first NCAA season, pwede ka maging ROY. Sa UAAP, restricted and limited to college freshman players ang paggawad ng ROY.

The 2 pre-seaon events, Filoil and FMC, have given us a good glimpse of who these ROY candidates are.

At the UAAP, offhand I will say Romeo of FEU will be the front runner.

To cite a criteria of mighty, what may clinch it for him is the "team situation". He is right there in the mix of the backcourt rotation of Capacio. Given na yung galing ng bata, but his advantage over other college freshmen is, Capacio gives him a lot of playing time which equates to exposure and recall. Of course, FEU is again a legit contender and all these are very important when the UAAP "deliberates" who will be ROY.

At the NCAA, I must admit I have a hard time identifying who the ROY candidates are. I didn't religiously attend these summer games, baka may mga bagong recruit ang tulad ng Arellano, Perpetual at EAC who are qualified for the award pero nataon na masama ang laro in the one or 2 games that I saw. Pero I like the chances of those kids at Benilde--- Lastimosa, Amin, Nayve, Ongteco and Sinco. A team shallow in terms of veterans, these new players in the roster will have a good chance of getting the breaks in terms of playing time.

At dyan lang naman nagsisimula ang lahat ng magandang bagay for a player -- playing time.

christian
06-19-2010, 09:25 AM
Joe Etame

canmaker
06-19-2010, 10:00 AM
one and the same gid ya ...

Semenelin
06-22-2010, 09:09 PM
eduardo daquioag

biboy
09-25-2010, 12:24 AM
ASK ko lang po..., 22o po ba 2???? para kasing di nabalita....

http://www.enotes.com/topic/Adamson_Baby_Falcons



Kenith Llauderes of Adamson Falcons exploded for 103 points vs. UP with the score of 212-12. Llauderes also grabbed 20 rebounds, 15 assists, 16 steals and amazing 11 blocks.