PBA: Go, Black lead Blue Eagles in Draft sans Thirdy
Paul Lintag on Nov 29, 2019 10:12 PM
Top prospects from the three-time UAAP champions for this year include big man Isaac Go. Also making the jump is Aaron Black.
Blue Eagles dominate the big names in the 2019 PBA Draft, but Ateneo’s top star will be missing out.
Top prospects from the three-time UAAP champions for this year include big man Isaac Go, Adrian Wong, Vince Tolentino, and twins Matt and Mark Nieto.
Also making the jump is Aaron Black, son of Meralco Bolts head coach Norman Black.
After the deadline for application Friday, three-time UAAP Finals MVP Thirdy Ravena didn’t submit his papers.
Other prospects for the Draft set for Dec. 8 are San Sebastian shooting marksman Allyn Bulanadi, Adamson’s Sean Manganti, and twin brothers Jayvee and Jaycee Marcelino of Lyceum, William McAloney of EAC, PCU’s Michael Ayonanyon and UE’s Rey Suerte are also among the bright choices for first round pick.
PBA coaches will get a glimpse of what these rookie aspirants can put on the floor during the two-day Draft Combine on Dec. 4 and 5 at the Hoops Center in Mandaluyong.
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