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PostPosted: Mon Jan 08, 2018 5:13 pm 
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Ken Tuffin
6-4 forward, Far Eastern University

Like Sinclair, Ken Tuffin brings in tons of versatility with his ability to play both forward positions. Though rarely used in his two years with the Tamaraws, there’s plenty of upside for the 6-4 forward. He's a versatile defender who can finish around the rim and hit open jumpers. Averaging less than 15 minutes per game off the bench for coach Olsen Racela last season, Tuffin averaged nine points and five boards in the rare times that he’s played 20 minutes or more. At age 20, Tuffin still has shown only a glimpse of his potential and we could be seeing more of him starting next year.

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Will Gozum

6-6 center, Mapua Red Robins

One of the four high school players on the pool, Gozum was named the NCAA Season 93 Juniors MVP after averaging 13.2 points, 10 rebounds and 2.6 blocks in a Red Robins squad that’s not short of firepower. For Gozum, it’s all about potential and upside. But this early, he has already showed signs of becoming a dominant inside player when he enters college. At a young age, he already has the built which can be used to bang bodies with bigger men in the collegiate ranks. His workrate is undeniable and he has already displayed flashes of brilliance on the offensive end, where he can attack facing the basket and has the ability to finish with both hands. The sky's the limit for this youngster.


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Carl Vincent Tamayo

6-7 center, National University

Another juniors player on the list is Carl Vincent Tamayo who was named the UAAP Season 78 Rookie of the Year back when he was playing for Adamson. Tamayo then joined his head coach Goldwin Monteverde who made the jump to National University after that season and is now serving residency for the UAAP high school powerhouse. Despite a relatively young age, Tamayo dominated in the paint for the Baby Falcons – posting double-doubles left and right for the dominant Adamson Baby Falcons side before controversy surrounding star player Encho Serrano's eligibility ruined their season. Now 16 and already standing at 6-7 while being developed by one of the best high school programs in the country, there’s no denying the potential in this player.

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Kemark Carino
6-9 center, San Beda

Kemark Carino first burst into the scene as a tall and lanky center who manned the paint for the previous Batang Gilas squads a few years ago. The 6’9 big man ended his stint with the juniors squad in the 2016 FIBA Asia U-18 Tournament when he proved to be a defensive force, finishing with a league best 2.9 blocks against some of the best young players in Asia. Though heft will still be an issue, there’s no shortage in potential for the San Beda transferee as he has shown great defensive awareness, putting that length into good use. National team head coach Chot Reyes is definitely high on this kid, as he was even included in the 24-man pool for the FIBA Asia Challenge Cup back in 2016 when he was serving his residency in Mendiola after moving out of Ateneo.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 09, 2018 9:16 pm 
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Don't forget my first five candidates:

LA Tenorio
Thompson
Caguioa
Japeth Aguilar
Slaughter

By 2023, hinog na hinog na ang limang 'yan pagkatapos
mag tsampiyon ang Ginebra sa 3 conferences from 2018 to 2022.
Ginebra, never say die yata 'yan. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 10, 2018 2:37 pm 
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Bolo_Punch wrote:
Don't forget my first five candidates:

LA Tenorio
Thompson
Caguioa
Japeth Aguilar
Slaughter

By 2023, hinog na hinog na ang limang 'yan pagkatapos
mag tsampiyon ang Ginebra sa 3 conferences from 2018 to 2022.
Ginebra, never say die yata 'yan. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


Isama na mga refs at gawing Coach si Jawo kundi patay tayo dyan... :lol: :lol: :lol:

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