Wesam Al-Sous (born February 24, 1983) is a former Jordanian professional basketball player. He played for the ASU club of the Jordanian National Basketball League. He also was a member of the Jordanian national basketball team, and served as it’s captain in 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. The third-place finish meant that Jordan qualified for its first ever FIBA World Championship.
Being a great Basketball player doesn’t necessarily make you a great coach but in Wesam’s case his passion and intelligence on the court as a player has translated perfectly to the bench. Wesam has become a great coach and talented personal trainer. His more than 10 years of experience as captain of the Jordanian national team as a point guard has given him tremendous insight into the game. His passion for teaching has made him a favorite with his students and players. Get to know Wesam both as a coach and as a leader, he will find his way to success both on and off the court and we are lucky to have a such a talent at DME Academy.
Jeffrey R Willis
Jeff was born in Vorhees, NJ and moved to Clermont, FL where he grew up playing a variety of sports, but basketball was his favorite. At East Ridge High School Jeff played three years on the varsity basketball team. After high school, Jeff understood that he needed another year for his body and mind to mature in order to try and play college basketball. He decided to attend Game on Rise Academy in Ocala, FL where he continued to work on his game later earning a scholarship to Bethany College in Kansas.
At Bethany Jeff was a two-time Captain and a 1,000 point scorer. After graduating with two Bachelors, one in Sports Management with minor in Coaching and the other in Business Administration Jeff decided that he wanted to pursue his passion of coaching by going to DME Sports Academy. At DME Jeff acts as Assistant Coach in our Post Graduate program.
Alex Piggott is in his first season as an Assistant Coach with DME Sports Academy.
Piggott joins DME after serving as a Student Manager to head coach Bruce Weber at Kansas State University.
Born in Wales, UK and now a native of Overland Park, Kan. Piggott aided in the development of several professional basketball players at Kansas State, both NBA and Overseas. He worked in player development, game footage break-down, and coordinated team logistics on the road. The Wildcats posted over 50 victories and made an appearance in the 2017 NCAA Tournament in Piggott's three-year tenure as Student Manager.
Prior to Kansas State, Piggott served as an Student Assistant to head coach Steve Eck at Hutchinson Community College. In his time at Hutch, Piggott performed duties including film, player development, and equipment management. The team won the NJCAA Region 6 conference championship and made an appearance in the NJCAA National Tournament in Piggott's two year stint at Hutch.
Piggott also worked for the HoopGroup prior to joining DME Sports academy. One of the largest instructional and exposure basketball companies in the world.
Piggott graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Marketing from Kansas State in 2017.
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