2022 PBA Draft

The 2022 PBA Draft took place on Wednesday 4/27/22 at 8pm Central. Players will be notified by the team that selects them that they’ve been drafted. Should the player not come to an agreement with the team that drafts them, they’re free to negotiate with another club. Expansion teams chose first then reverse order for returning clubs based on last season’s standings. All players that participated in one of the league’s combines held in Mexico, Florida, and Georgia were draft eligible. Each team will have one selection and picks can be traded or passed. Here is the list of the completed draft:

#1 – Pennsylvania Firefighters – Tariiq Jones

#2 – Shoreline Wolves – Lamani Casey

#3 – Base Hill Bullies – Michael Perez

#4 – Dothan Snipers – Otis Jones

#5 – Seattle Reign – Derek Brown

#6 – Sporting Club New Jersey – Daryl Bones

#7 – Trained To Eat – David Meredith

#8 – New York Empire – Daid Blanks

#9 – Montrose Veterans – Maurice Butler

#10 – Minneapolis St. Paul Pride – Marquiese Smith

#11 – Knoxville Young Yellow Jackets – Isiah McClain

#12 – Southwest Florida Blazers – Cordell Nikola

#13 – Bellevue Strategy – Steve Wooten Jr.

#14 – Montgomery Knights – Stephen Yamoah

#15 – Silver State Mustangs – Francisco Mediavilla

#16 – DFW Just Hoops – Sean Gardner

#17 – Louisiana Kingdom Riders – Chris Collins

#18 – Midcoast Sternmen – James Agyeman

#19 – Metroplex Lightning – Jeremy Burright

#20 – Georgia Vipers – Cortez Chaney

#21 – Silver State Mustangs – Khalil McCormick

#22 – Metroplex Lightning – Nathan Priddy

#23 – Metroplex Lightning – Shayne Priddy

#24 – Southwest Florida Blazers – Christian Williams

#25 – MSP Pride – Montrell Little

#26 – Bellevue Strategy – Damien Fulp

#27 – New York Empire – Miguel Gutierrez

#28 – Goergia Vipers – Deshawndric Nelms

#29 – Metroplex Lightning – Chris Alexander

#30 – Montrose Veterans – Admassu Williams

#31 – Pocono Peacemakers – Luis Jacobo

#32 – Bellevue Strategy – Myles Birgans

The Pro Basketball Association has been successful in having 74 players sign International contracts with professional basketball teams over the last 10 weeks. The number of players over a relatively short period of time is due in large part to our International television contract and Worldwide exposure our players receive. On April 20th, 2022 at 8pm Central Standard Time teams around the PBA will take place in the draft online. Teams will draft in reverse order of their standings from 2021 after expansion teams select. The order of expansion teams will be randomly selected.

Combine Videos

PBA Pro Combine – Florida (Jan. 2022)

Florida – PBA Pro Draft Combine (1/16/22) 

#19 Keith Price 5’8 G – Jacksonville, Florida

#97 Samuel Velez 6’6 F – Florida

#53 Montrell Little 6’6 F – Louisville, KY (Signed and played in Mexico, currently available)

#65 Sidney Knox (missed measurements and registration portion of combine)

#24 Darius Sawyer 6’2 G – Iverness, Florida

#64 Nicholaus Watkins 5’10 G – Los Angeles, CA

Cordell Nicola 6’10 F/C – West Virginia

#30 Damien Fulp 6’3 G – Palmer, Alaska

#33 Marquise Smith 5’10 G – St. Cloud, Minnesota

#51 Antuion Lee 5’11 G – Port St. Lucie, FL

#29 David Blanks 5’10 G – Erie, PA

#11 Isaiah Robinson 5’9 G – Antelope, CA

#56 Denzell Webb 5’11 G – Raleigh, NC

#44 Tariiq Jones 6’6 F – Detroit, MI (Signed and played in Mexico, currently available)

#25 Jamaya Burr 6’1 G – Ruston, LA

#32 Michael Perez 6’10 C – Florida (signed in Dominican, currently available)

#9 Daryl Bones 6’1 G – York, PA

#47 Jackson Pitts 6’1 G – Fort Myers, Florida

#3 Carlos Cosme 5’10 G – Miami, Florida

#41 Miguel Gutierrez 5’8 G – Jefferson City, MO

#27 Justin Gilcrease 5’10 G – Vicksburg, MS

#40 Maurice Butler 5’10 G

#67 Devonta Mosley 6’3 G – Gainesville, FL

#46 Lamani Casey 6’2 G – Joliet, Illinois

#45 Zach Patrick 5’10 G – Mentor, Ohio

#6 Isaiah McClain 5’10 G – Rockwood, TN

#62 Luis Jacobo 6’4 G – Florida (Played in DR 6x, Middle East, Mexico)

#70 Deshawndric Nelms 6’7 F – Davenport, FL

#17 Myles Birgans 5’11 G – Chicago, Illinois

8 – Ravion Henry 13- Marius Turner 15 J’Vone Martin 21- Chris Davis 28- Anthony Reyes 31- Admassu Williams (6’9 F/C) 34- Derrell Nelson 35- Chris Alexander (6’4 G – Fort Worth, TX) 37- Chris Johnson 95- Devin Flowers

Tiburones (Black) 2 – Christian Williams (6’6 G) 3- Francisco Mediavilla (6’7 F – Phoenix, AZ) 5- Khaleal McCormick 10- Yaw Antwi-Boasiako 12- Sean Gardner (6’5 G – Dallas, TX) 14- Steve Wooten Jr. (6’6 F – Los Angeles, CA) 16- Derek Brown 26- Christopher Collins Jr. (Dallas, TX) 37- Stephen Yamoah (Houston, TX)

PBA Pro Combine – Mexico (Dec. 2021)

Tiburones (Black) 2 – Christian Williams 3- Francisco Mediavilla (6’7 F/C Phoenix, AZ) 5- Khaleal McCormick (Los Angeles, CA) 10- Yaw Antwi-Boasiako 12- Sean Gardner (6’5 G – Currently TBL – Rockwall, TX) 14- Steve Wooten Jr. (6’7 F – Los Angeles, CA) 16- Derek Brown (Washington) 26- Christopher Collins Jr. (6’1 G- Dallas, TX) 37- Stephen Yamoah (6’5 F – Houston, TX)

Lakers (White) 1 – Jeremy Burright (6’7 F – Lewisville, TX) 4- JaeTuan Williams (6’2 G Lancaster, OH) 49- Mecca Amen 52- Nathan Priddy (6’3 G – Plano, TX) 58- Shayne Priddy (6’2 G – Plano, TX) 59- Damien Fulp (6’3 G – Alaska) 69- Chucks Obunse 71- Aaron Williams 82- Justin Vaughan

PBA Combine – Columbus, Georgia

#39 David Meredith 6’2 221lb 6’7 reach (Ontario, Canada)

#54 James Agyemen 5’10 160lb 6’1 reach (Toronto, Canada)

#55 Jerry Deuveger 5’10 161lb 6’4 reach (Ontario, Canada)

#20 Shamir Hogan 5’8 140lb 5’11 reach

#22 Andrew Perez 6’0 150lb 6’4 reach

#23 Lennox Trim 5’8 158lb 5’11 reach

#38 Otis Jones 6’5 167lb 6’10 reach (South Carolina)

#18 Miguel Gutierrez 5’8 159lb 5’10 reach (Missouri)

#42 Keith Houston 6’0 198lb 6’5 reach (San Diego, CA)

#63 Dre Brown 5’7 159lb 5’8 reach (Alabama)

#74 Cortez Chaney 6’1 157lb 6’7 reach (Columbus, GA)

#78 Corey Hall 6’3 202lb 6’9 reach (Columbus, GA)

PBA – LBE Combine – Mexico
PBA – LBE Combine – Mexico
PBA – LBE Combine – Mexico

Photos from the Dallas (March 2021) combine

8 comments

  1. Trying to showcase my skills, versatile on offense and defense. Able to guard positions 1 through 3. 6’3 and very athletic.

  2. • Averaged 20.3 Points Per Game and 11.4 Rebounds Per Game in AMCC (2020)
    • Averaged 18.8 Points Per Game and 10.6 Rebounds Per Game (2020)
    • Led the AMCC in Points (2020)
    • Led the AMCC in Field Goals Made (2020)

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