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Reymar Caduyac foregoes final year in Lyceum, applies for PBA Draft

Lyceum’s ‘Speedy Bagal’ has signed off.

Reymar Caduyac submitted his application form to the PBA Office in Libis, Pasig on Thursday afternoon.

This means that the 5-foot-9 point guard will no longer be eligible to play in the National Collegiate Athletic Association.

Caduyac’s manager Edgar Mangahas confirmed the development to Tiebreaker Times.

Coming out of University of the East, Caduyac went to Lyceum back in NCAA Season 92.

In just his second year, Caduyac became the lead floor general of the Pirates. He ended up averaging 9.4 points, 4.5 assists, 4.2 assists, and 1.1 steals per game in Season 95.

With Caduyac declaring for the 2021 PBA Draft, the Pirates have lost the Marcelino twins and Caduyac from the third-placed Lyceum team back in Season 95.

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