Adotalents is the new name with effect from March 1, 2008 at the School of Basketball Professor Virgilio Soto of the Dominican Republic, which concentrates much of the future of basketball in the Caribbean country.
The Dominican Academy of Talents is included within the overall project of the NGO Pro Mundi Three, and also has the collaboration of the Spanish association of basketball coach.
Virgilio Travieso Soto was born on August 25, 1925 and was a leading player in the 40s. He was president of the National Basketball Committee, founded and directed the League intercollegiate the National School of Physical Education, as well as collaborate in the development of women's softball and participate as a judge on evidence of athletics. It was the technical director of the XII Central American and Caribbean Games, held in Santo Domingo in 1974.
At the Academy Adotalents is part of the Junior Selection of the Dominican Republic in 2007 that competed in the Centrobasket U17. In the following list, may find most of the players who have gone over the past year by the school.
Name / Position (height) / Year of birth / Current team
Jose Apolinario / Power forward (2'08) / 1988 / Monzon (EBA)
Gregorio Adón / Forward (1'98) / 1991 / Peixe Galego (U18)
Jose Enrique Henriquez / Point guard (1'78) / 1992 / Peixe Galego (U18)
Raul Espinal / Shooting guard (2'02 to 2'09 major) / 1989 / Adotalents
Luis Núñez / Point guard (1'80) / 1991 / Adotalents
Ricky Reinoso / Center (2'04) / 1990 / Adotalents
Yohansi Minaya / Shooting guard (1'88) / 1991 / Adotalents
Junior Rodriguez / Forward (1'96 to 2'10 major) / 1990 / Adotalents
Luis Guerrero / Point guard (1'83) / 1990 / Adotalents
Andres Tezanos / Shooting guard (1'92) / 1991 / Adotalents
Kevin Valdez / Forward / 1991 / Adotalents
Sandro Encarnación / Forward (2'04 to 2'14 major) / 1986 / Adotalents
Jose Miguel Trinidad / Forward (1'96 to 2'00 major) / 1992 / Adotalents
Roberto Esteban / Shooting guard (1'92) / 1992 / Adotalents
Eddy Garcia / Point guard (1'82) / 1990 / Adotalents