She Has Inspired Many Around The World. Her Recent Draft To The Harlem Globetrotters Is Incredible.

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Mo'ne Davis is only 14 years old, yet she continues to break boundaries and inspire the world along the way. 

Davis, the first girl to throw a shutout in the Little League World Series history, shows no signs of stopping. The teenager who graced the cover of Sports Illustrated and is nominated for the "best breakthrough athlete" ESPY, continues to prove that her athleticism has no boundaries. 

According to the NY Daily News, the Harlem Globetrotters are exercising a "Future Discover Clause" to commit Davis for when she graduates college. 

"When we conduct our draft, we look for outstanding athletes from different sports all over the world that exemplify the Globetrotters' efforts to provide service, smiles and sportsmanship globally," said Globetrotters' director of player personnel Sweet Lou Dunbar according to the NY Daily News. "This group of individuals embodies the skill, athleticism and showmanship it takes to be a Harlem Globetrotter.

The other 2015 Globetrotters drafts include, slam dunk champion LaQuavius Cotton, trick shot group Dude Perfect, U.S Women's National Soccer player Alex Morgan, University of Wyoming player Larry Nance, Jr. and Hawaii Pacific University player Kylie Huerta.