At 14, Dusan moved from Serbia to the USA, excelling at Rabun Gap School and later graduating from Davidson College. He showcased his talent on the U16 and U18 Serbian national teams, attracting recruitment interest. Post-graduation, he contributed to the NBA's Charlotte Hornets. After 11 years abroad, Dusan returned to Serbia, committed to achieving others' dreams through a similar path.
Having once graced the courts as a professional tennis player, he seamlessly transitioned into coaching, devoting extensive years to nurturing athletes across diverse categories. Since 2008, he proudly serves as the visionary founder of College Star agency, amassing 15 years of invaluable expertise in orchestrating the placement of athletes into esteemed U.S. colleges and high schools.
With a strong talent development background, has effectively placed players internationally through a vast network within the basketball community. Her dedication to player growth and strategic connections sets players apart. She not only places players but also fosters collaborations with teams, leagues, and influential figures, providing a holistic approach to player development.
Following high school in Serbia, Nemanja moved to US to play collegiate basketball in South Carolina and pursue a degree in exercise science. Following US, he moved to Germany where he obtained a master degree in physical activity and health and worked at a sports medicine laboratory. His next step was embarking on a journey towards acquiring a doctoral degree in sports nutrition in Italy. Today, he works at the top-tier university as an assistant professor and is known globally as a leading researcher in his field. Through his worldwide connections and experience, he will make sure to find a perfect high school and/or university for you.
Filip Stanić, born in Zagreb, honed his basketball skills since 1997 and further enriched his experience by playing and studying in the United States for five years. Graduating with a degree in Business Management from Campbellsville University in Kentucky, he now leverages his life experience in the USA to contribute to his career and endeavors.