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RJ Jazul adds three jerseys to Letran’s drive



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Another decorated product of Letran donated three of his jerseys to his alma mater’s cause.

RJ Jazul, a member of the 2005 champion Knights team, bundled three of his kits in Letran’s effort to raise funds for the country’s frontliners in the war against the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

The 33-year-old guard sent a red Knights jersey, a black Alaska Aces uniform, and a white Phoenix Fuel Masters kit.

Jazul played for Letran from in the mid-2000s.

He was then drafted as the 15th overall pick in the 2010 PBA Draft. Jazul would play for Alaska from 2012-17 before being shift to Phoenix where he is currently playing now.

Starting bid is set at PHP 3,000.

Other Knights who joined the cause were Kevin Alas, Jerrick Balanza, Bonbon Batiller, Fran Yu, and Larry Muyang.

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