Terrence Romeo averaged a team best 18.5 ppg, and also had 5.5 rpg and earned a place in the mythical five in season 75. Half of FEU’s dreaded backcourt duo, Romeo is expected to again lead the Tamaraws in scoring.
It was a smooth transition from juniors where Romeo won MVP in his fourth year, to the seniors division where he was named top rookie. But it hasn’t been as pretty after that. The shooting, for a shooting guard, was somewhat below par at 32 percent for 9.9 points in 2011. The boy who hit a record 83 points in a 2009 juniors game and as a college sophomore scored 23 points in a UAAP finals game could be a lot more help to the herd if he finds some consistency.