Josué Erazo Torres
|No. 13 – Gallitos de Rio Piedras|
|Born||April 7, 1996|
Bayamon, Puerto Rico
|Nationality||Puerto Rican / American|
|Listed height||6 ft 7 in (2.01 m)|
|Listed weight||200 lb (91 kg)|
|2017–present||Gallitos de Rio Piedras|
High school career
Erazo attended Colegio Santa Rosa Superior. He finished his senior season averaging points, assists and steals per game.
Erazo participated on the 2012 NBA America camp 2012.
Also Erazo participated in the 2014 3x3 at Russia, Moscow, as well as in the 2018 Vieques World Tour.
Erazo and his team won the silver medal at Washington Hop Up 3x3.
Erazo began his college basketball career in NCAA Division II – Gallitos. As a freshman, he helped the team win the Liga Atlética Interuniversitaria de Puerto Rico LAI 2016 Tournament Champion. Erazo was named the Most Improved Player on the 2017-18 season for the Gallitos of the UPR. On his sophomore year with the Gallitos he averaged points, assists, rebounds and steals in minutes per game on the unbeatable (10-0) regular season. He led his team to "back-to-back" championships.
Erazo also represents and brought home the gold medal for Puerto Rico at the international level, having played for his home country in the 2011 FIBA Under-16 Centro Basket averaging points, rebounds, assists and steals in contest. He then represented Puerto Rico at the 2013 Jakarta, Indonesia Under-18 Championship averaging points, rebounds and assist per game in contests. Erazo also played and brought the gold home in the 2018 FIBA Centroamericanos as the starting small forward averaging points, assists, rebounds and steals in five contests.
-  LAI - UPRRP Erazo 2016-17'
-  Erazo's Massive crossover & dunk
-  Erazo's HC Highlights
-  3x3 Puerto Rico vs. Brazil
Category:1996 births Category:Living people Category:basketball players Category:American people of Puerto Rican descent Category:Basketball players Category:Pan American Games competitors for Puerto Rico Category:Puerto Rican men's basketball players Category:Sportspeople from San Juan, Puerto Rico
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