After leaving UST, Sta. Ana mulling offers from other schools, MPBL teams
Just a day after bidding farewell to University of Santo Tomas, Jordan Sta. Ana said he has gotten several offers from other schools from both the UAAP and NCAA.
Sta. Ana, though, cleared that he is still undecided yet on where he would be playing next.
“There’s nothing official yet. I just want to focus on improving my game so I have yet to make a decision if I would transfer to another school or go to the next level,” Sta. Ana, who was spotted outside Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan, said in Filipino on Tuesday.
The 6-foot guard, however, bared that he had already spoken with his former high school coach at National University in Jeff Napa, who is the head coach of the Letran Knights.
“He told if we can play in the same team again. I told him I’m not ready to transfer yet,” Sta. Ana said. “I really have to think about it because I’m planning to focus on myself first.”
Sta. Ana said he is also “in contact” with teams in the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League.
“I’m also thinking of playing semi-pro in Maharlika.”
Sta. Ana introduced himself in the collegiate basketball scene last year after averaging 11.1 points, 2.4 rebounds, and 4.3 assists per game for the Growling Tigers.