The PBA announced on Tuesday the league is already accepting aspirants for the 2015 Rookie Draft, which shall be held on August 23 at Robinsons Manila.
Applicants should be at least 21 years old or a college graduate to be considered eligible for the draft, while Fil-foreigners will have until June 30 to submit other documentary requirements (e.g. citizenship proof).
Fil-foreign applicants must also play at least seven games each in at least two PBA D-League conferences.
Local-born players, meanwhile, will have until August 7 to submit their application and requirements. Residency for local-born players shall be seven games in a conference.
Fil-foreign applicants shall be screened on July 6, while contestability period will be from July 7 to August 6.
The PBA will release the final list of aspirants on August 20.
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