Rebuilding National University landed itself three Filipino guards who were developed overseas.
Patrick Ramos and Crisostomo brothers Terrence and Alfonso are joining the Bulldogs.
Ramos shared the development on his Instagram account, while Calgary D-League made the announcement for the Crisostomos.
First off, Ramos is a transferee from Division III school UC Santa Cruz.
The 6-foot guard averaged a career 8.4 points, 2.8 assists, and 2.4 rebounds in 76 games played. In his third year, he averaged 13.8 markers on a 44.4-percent clip from the field, 34.9-percent shooting from downtown.
The BS Biology major can be a two-and-through student-athlete and be eligible as early as Season 83 if he finishes his degree by December.
Terence, on the other hand, is a transferee from Olds College in Canada.
In two years played, the 5-foot-11 guard averaged 7.7 points, 3.6 assists, and 2.7 rebounds per contest.
The Sports Management major needs to sit out one year before being eligible for Season 84.
Finally, Terence’s brother Alfonso is a 6-foot combo guard who just graduated from Bishop McNally High in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
The trio will take the helm after Enzo Joson graduates from NU.
The Bulldogs still lack a head coach.