Meralco Bolts draft history

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The Meralco Bolts first participated in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) Draft on August 29, 2010, one month before their first PBA season. The Bolts bought the original franchise of the Sta. Lucia Realtors in 2010 when Sta. Lucia disbanded after the 2009-10 season. Meralco received the rights for all of the Sta. Lucia's players and draftees. As an incentive of being a new franchise, the PBA Board of Governors gave Meralco the 11th overall pick.

Shawn Weinstein became the team's first draft choice, the 10th pick in the 2010 PBA Draft (draft pick was acquired via trade with the Alaska Aces).


Basketball positions
PG Point guard
SG Shooting guard
SF Small forward
PF Power forward
C Center
Draft Round Pick Player Place of birth[1] Position School
2010 1st 10th Shawn Weinstein  United States PG St. Edwards
2nd 11th Riego Gamalinda  Philippines SG San Beda
2nd 14th Ford Arao  Philippines PF Ateneo
2nd 16th Khasim Mirza  Philippines SG UST
2011 1st 7th Jason Ballesteros  Philippines C San Sebastian
2nd 17th Gilbert Bulawan  Philippines F/C San Sebastian College
2012 1st 4th Cliff Hodge  United States F/C Hawaii Pacific
2nd 17th Kelly Nabong  Philippines F Santa Rosa JC
3rd 24th Janus Lozada  Philippines G/F Adamson
4th 32nd Eric Suguitan  Philippines C ACSAT
2013 3 6 Anjo Carram San Beda
4 5 Mike Parala  Philippines Mapua
5 4 Mark Lopez  Philippines UP Diliman
6 2 Ron Guevarra St. Francis
7 1 Mark Bringas  Philippines FEU


1.^ All players entering the draft are Filipinos until proven otherwise.