A record 128 players applied for the 2023 PBA Rookie Draft, the league announced on Monday.
Bannering the field is, of course, Stephen Holt, the presumptive first pick for Terrafirma.
Holt, the oldest in the field at 31 years old, previously played in the G League, Australia, Spain, Poland, Kazakhstan, Slovenia, and Romania.
Zavier Lucero, Deschon Winston, and Ken Tuffin are also part of the Fil-foreign contingent, which also includes Luis Villegas, Brandon Bates, Keith Datu, Henry Galinato, Cade Flores, Christian David, and James Canlas.
BJ Andrade and Kyt Jimenez are also classified as Fil-foreigners, as they were born in Hong Kong and Saudi Arabia, respectively.
The youngest dreamer who applied is 20-year-old Ivan Sanchez, a native of Cainta who stands at 5-foot-7
From Letran, the players getting drafted are Fran Yu, King Caralipio, Louie Sangalang, Brent Paraiso, and Tommy Olivario.
Terrafirma will select first on draft day this Sunday, followed by Blackwater.
Rain or Shine takes the next two picks, followed by NorthPort, Phoenix, NLEX, and Meralco.
Converge picks consecutively at numbers 9 and 10, followed by NorthPort and Terrafirma.