From Milo kid to hardcourt dreamboat

Remember the young kid in a television commercial for Milo alongside Kiefer Ravena and Chris Tiu? Well, he is now one of the rising stars of collegiate basketball. Meet Prince Carlos of College of Saint Benilde (CSB) Blazers basketball.      

From Milo kid to hardcourt dreamboat
Young Prince Carlos (center) with Kiefer Ravena left) and Chris Tiu
Born Ray Rogil Benedict Carlos on June 13, 2000 in San Juan City, the 5-foot-11 combo guard is currently playing for the CSB Blazers. In 2018, won as the champion in Hanes 1-on-1 King of the Hard Court. Prince also models for different brands today.   

Asked how he manages his studies and sports, “Pre-pandemic, as much as possible, I make sure that I do all my school works at school so that when I go home after practice, I don’t have to do anything else but eat and rest,” said the handsome cager.   

From Milo kid to hardcourt dreamboat
Now 20 years old, combo guard Prince Carlos plays for College of Saint Benilde Blazers basketball team.
Apart from basketball, Prince is also into swimming, football, volleyball, and a lot more. He lists Jayson Castro and Alex Cabagnot as his PBA idols, while in the NBA, he likes Kyrie Irving and Stephen Curry “because of their capabilities of making plays for their teammates, and at the same time they are also able to make plays for themselves.” He also idolizes Chris Ross and John Wall for their defense.   

For keeping a well-defined physique, apart from playing balls and other sports, Prince keeps a specific workout routine.   

“I do workouts like push-ups, shoulders and legs exercises to activate my muscle,” the 20-year-old student-athlete said.   

From Milo kid to hardcourt dreamboat

As for his best games and career-best in scoring, “I remember scoring 30 but I forgot which league, it was a long time ago but I think it was ISSA,” he ended.

Topics: Ray Rogil Benedict Carlos , Milo commercial , College of Saint Benilde

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