Drisdom, who played for the Broncos from 2010-15, signed with the Hiroshima Dragonflies in the B. League's second division while Faison (2012-16) signed with the Tokyo Excellence in the third division. The B. League kicks their 2017-18 season off on Sept. 30.
Finishing his college career as one of the most decorated players in CPP history, Drisdom was the first Bronco to be named an NCAA DII All-American in two different seasons, capturing the honors his junior and senior seasons. He was also named the 2015 California Collegiate Athletic Association Player of the Year and made the NCAA All-West Region First-Team.
Drisdom ranks ninth in CPP history in points scored with 1,201, fifth in free throws made (286), and second in steals with 187.
After his college career, Drisdom became the second player in school history to be drafted in the NBA D-League Draft after being selected by the Santa Cruz Warriors in the sixth round as the 102nd overall pick.
In four seasons with the Broncos, Faison was named to the CCAA First-Team in three straight seasons from 2013-16. He finished as the all-time leader in field goals made with 638, ranks second in points scored with 1,600, third in blocks with 113 and sixth in rebounds with 664.
In his senior year, Faison led the squad with 16.9 points per game to score his season high 507 points and was named a DII Commissioner's Conference Association All-West Region First-Team Selection.
Faison was selected to represent the West Region in the 2016 Reese's Division II College All-Star Game, scoring 19 points in 22 minutes of play, sinking eight of his 13 shots in the game. Faison spent the last season playing for University Giant Leipzig in Germany's professional league.