BB: 5 Post Graduates Commit to Play in College

DAYTONA BEACH – It has been a little over a month since we wrapped up our Post Graduate season, and in that time, we’ve had five of our athletes sign their National Letter of Intent to play at the college level.


This has been a significant accomplishment for athletes like Richard Feagin, who committed to play at Morehead State University, and Marlo Brown who committed to Northern Illinois University. Both decided to play a Post Graduate year with the goal of earning a Division 1 scholarship. The two high school teammates were reunited at DME Sports Academy and played their way into accomplishing their goals. A year of strength training, skill development and competitive basketball has set them up to succeed at the next level.


DME teammates Joshua Curls and Junior Madut came to DME Sports Academy with their own goals and vision of how they could benefit from a Post Graduate year. Curls, a native of View Park, CA, decided to stay close to his roots by committing to California State University, Chico. A versatile guard, Curls looks to contribute to a program that makes a run at a Division 2 National Championship each year. Madut, who came to DME Sports Academy from Australia, made the decision to stay in the United States and continue his basketball career at Eastern Florida State College. He looks to make an immediate impact on a team that finished as the #2 nationally ranked team in the NJCAA last season. Kerian Ulhen, a DME Sports Academy Post Graduate came to the Unites States for the first time, in October from France. He has recently committed to Averett University in Danville, Virginia. Uhlen’s hard work and tenacity will make him an impact player in the USA South Athletic Conference.