Good way to look at it. Orcullo is impressive. But as I find myself getting more interested in one pocket, I found it hard to watch Orcullo in one match. He doesn’t just ponder but gets down and gets up so many times. If he looks at three shots it seemed like he’d get down and back up multiple times on each. That’s probably an overstatement. Announcers don’t help when they call what they think he will do even if 95% of the time he is going to get back up and the actual shot is 2-3 minutes away. Maybe that’s too harsh. And maybe he visualizes so well he needs to get down and visualize it. And when he comes with a shot it is often great. So I like Alex P more.I'm a little torn here, because there are two categories of player that tend to attract me:
If I'm looking for the ones who make the most impressive decisions, give me Filler, Orcullo, and Pagulayan. They walk in the footsteps of Reyes and Varner.