DME Girls travel ball is going into their third season. After a big jump from year 1 to year 2, DME is now officially on a shoe company circuit by signing a contract to become an Adidas Gauntlet Program.

DME is the only girl’s AAU program that is on the Adidas circuit and only one of four teams in Florida that are affiliated with a shoe company circuit.

The program will be traveling to Atlantic City, New Jersey on April 20-22. DME will visit Kansas City, Missouri July 10-12 before finishing with a trip to for the Adidas Gauntlet championship July 27-29.

DME returns some of the best prospects in the state of Florida from graduating years 2019-2022.
In the 2019 class, DME has two of the most intriguing wing prospects, Alexis Duckett and Jasmine Quarterman. As well as underrated power forward Kyani Moore.

In 2020, DME has Caleigh West and Kyana Johnson as two athletic young forwards with a lot of potential. Kyana Johnson leads the nation in rebounding for high school basketball with 24 rebounds per game. In 2021, DME has on of the best young bigs in 6’2 Dream Eason. who is very skilled and shows much promise.

The 2022 class, is shaping up to become a talented group headlined by the #10 ranked incoming freshman in the country with Addison Potts and pure point guard, Katie Ambrose.

The program is still young and on the up and coming but with players coming from all over the state of Florida. The word is getting out about DME. DME is rapidly becoming a household name not only in high school girls basketball but also as a place where girls from other high school programs can develop and get exposure in their offseasons in AAU season as well.

Tryouts for Travel Ball has been set for February 18, 2018 at 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm. Registration fee is $25 dollars and you can register at DMESportsAcademy.com/Basketball-Events. If you have any more questions, contact Coach Michael Panaggio at 414-915-4675.