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Summer Prep Program


General Info

  • PROGRAM: DME Summer Prep
  • AGE / GENDER: Boys (15 – 18) 
  • PERIOD: July 5th – July 30th, 2018
  • DURATION: 26 days | 25 nights
    • Housing + Meals (3xDay) + Daily Transportation 
    • Pickup from Daytona Beach Airports
    • Pickup from Orlando Airport is not included
  • GAMES: Minimum 15 games & scrimmages
  • TRAINING: Basketball (2xDay) Team + Skill Development
  • FITNESS: Strength & Conditioning (4xWeek) 
  • VISITING: University of Central Florida & Embry-Riddle University


  1. Home Games are Live-Streamed
  2. Athlete Gets Highlights & Game Footage
  3. Athlete Gets Recruiting Profile
  4. Athlete Gets Recruiting Evaluation
  5. Florida Summer Tournaments & Showcases


  • Summer Prep Program
    • Period: July 5th – July 30th, 2018 
    • Full Package: $4,999 ($185 per day)
    • Custom Days: $199 per day 
    • Deposit: $999
    • Scholarships: Partial Scholarships Available

Tournaments | Showcases

Super6 Showcase
July 6-8, 2018
Orlando, FL


Big Bend Showdown
July 20-22, 2018
Tallahassee, FL

Capital City Showcase Challenge
July 28-29, 2018
Tallahassee, FL


August 1-8, 2018

#DMESuperSession is the final basketball event of the 2018 Summer following all of the camps and showcases held across the world, (LA, NJ/New York City, Arlington, Daytona Beach, London, Leicester, Amman and Istanbul)

#DMESuperSession is comprised of the global top 100 talents in the greater Florida region, including Atlanta, North Carolina, South Carolina, Southern Florida, Tampa, Jacksonville, Daytona Beach, Florida. This year, top athletes from London, Leicester, Amman and Istanbul, will also participate.

Interested in Super Session Week?
Period: July 31st – August 8th, 2018
Full Package: $1500


Dan has had tremendous success as a coach over a 40-year career. His teams have won consistently at every level. Professionally, Dan served as head coach of the Quad City Thunder for nine seasons, and owns a career record of 313-191, winning Continental Basketball Association championships in 1994 and 1998. All nine of his teams advanced to the CBA playoffs.

Dan was an assistant coach to Maurice Cheeks with the Portland Trailblazers from 2001 to 2005. Considered one of the top experts in the NBA game when it comes to the triangle offense made popular by Phil Jackson, Dan was brought onboard as an assistant in the Laker organization for four years and has two NBA Championship rings to show for his efforts there.

Dan was named the Chinese NBA coach of the year in 2012 as head coach of Yao Ming’s Shanghai Sharks. After serving a four-year contract Dan was replaced and was named as special advisor in the Phoenix Sun’s organization.


Momir, a native of Belgrade, Serbia, began his career as a video coordinator – scout with the Minnesota Timberwolves. During his tenure with the Timberwolves, he evaluated US and international talents. He co-founded several successful scouting companies in Europe. These companies specialize in scouting basketball players and representing them to college coaches. Momir architected 3 NCAA sectioned show cases, all launched in Serbia, Spain and Turkey. These showcases were some of the rarest NCAA sectioned show cases in Europe in the recent history.

In 2006 Momir become a coach for the Patterson School in Lenoir, N.C. which was one of the top prep school basketball programs in the country. While there, he developed numerous NCAA Division I student-athletes.

In 2008, Momir joined the University of Rhode Island (URI) as an international recruiting and scouting coach. During this time, Momir developed a network of scouts worldwide that helped him identify talented basketball players. He traveled to over 20 countries in search of athletes and successfully recruited players from Serbia, The Republic of Georgia, Argentina, and England. In 2010 Momir left the University of Rhode Island and his coaching career and founded Max My Play, an international sports marketing company.

Momir joined DME Sports Academy as the Director of Recruiting, Sales and Global Marketing in 2016. He has been leading US and international efforts in promoting DME brand and organizing showcases around the world. He believes in DME Sports Academy’s mission of developing athletes’ mind, body and skills. Momir’s skills and experience contributes tremendously in DME’s tailored training platform that maximizes athlete’s athletic, academic and personal capabilities.


Wesam Al-Sous is a former Jordanian professional basketball player. He played for the ASU club of the Jordanian basketball league. He also is a member of the Jordan national basketball team, теам captain (2014).

Al-Sous competed with the Jordanian team at the FIBA Asia Championship 2007 and FIBA Asia Championship 2009. In 2009, Al-Sous helped the Jordanian team to a national best third-place finish by averaging 3.9 points per game off the bench for the team. The third-place finish meant that Jordan qualified for its first ever FIBA World Championship.


Where Are They Now?

Ivan Madunic
Southern Utah University (DI)

Tobias Howard
Western Kentucky University (DI)

Isaiah Reese
Canisius College (DI)

Ted Kapita
NC State (DI)

Connor Ferrell
Wagner University (DI)

Aaron Washington
The Citadel (DI)

LB Jones
South Carolina State (DI)

Louisburg College (JUCO)

Osi Nwachukwu
Antelope Valley (NAIA)

Kevon Harris
Stephen F. Austin (DI)

DeQuan Abrom
Urbana University (NAIA)

Sidney Alcena
North Country Community College (JUCO)

John Batts
Labette Community College (JUCO)

Ahmad Clark
St. Petersburg College (JUCO)

Jackson Lenyear
Albany State (DII)

Matt Hallam
Iowa Central Junior College

Marlo Brown
Northern Illinois University

Kérian Uhlen
Averett University