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    Thursday, November 21, 2013

    Ralph Barnachea of NU Midgets Bullpups Team Has Nice Handles and Can Score at Will: Watch The Video Mixtape of This Young Baller!





    By BallersPinas

    If you are a basketball scout, you might want to start scouting in the midget basketball level where you can see the fundamentals that a prospect has in his arsenal. That's why when a friend of mine told me that he saw a 13 year-old basketball prodigy who's playing varsity basketball for the National University Bullpups, I immediately asked for his highlight video to see how good he is.

    Good thing, my friend was able to compile some of his vids and make a mixtape out of it.

    The Baller's name is Ralph Stephen Barnachea, a 5'6 guard playing for the NU Midgets Bullpups Team. He has nice handles and he can score at will as evidenced by the video that you will see later.

    Few days ago, his team went up against the dreaded De La Salle Zobel basketball team in the PAYA League. A game that NU won via 54-41. Ralph scored 13 points all in all despite not playing in the 4th quarter as his coach decided to give him a breather.

    Here's Ralph doing his thing. His moves remind me of the young LA Tenorio who played for Don Bosco during his elementary days.




    1 comment:

    barneeh said...

    just like to say thanks for the nice write-up. God bless.

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