Bliue-chip prospect Joshua Andrei Caracut remains undecided on where to go for college. The San Beda high school star boosted his stock by ending his juniors career with a bang, earning NCAA Finals MVP honors while leading the Red Cubs to a sixth successive title at the expense of Mapua.
But the 5-foot-10 Caracut said he has not made any decision as far as his college career is concerned, adding he still has to discuss his future with his parents.
“Wala pa talaga eh (decision),” the 18-year-old combo guard from Quezon said. “Mahirap magsalita eh.” Caracut, though, mentioned that his alma mater and squads in the NCAA’s rival league UAAP are his priorities. “Syempre San Beda tsaka UAAP schools.”
The national youth team standout was quick to add that playing time and education are some of the considerations that will factor into his decision. “Syempre kung saan ako makakalaro and iniisip rin namin yung course ko,” he said.
“Syempre unahin muna ang pag-aaral tapos pag-lalaro.” continue reading here
source: Karlo Sacamos, Spin.ph