Yanni Hufnagel’s Outstanding Basketball Coaching Career

Yanni Hufnagel is one of the most successful basketball coaches in America. He was born on August 26th, 1982 and has made significant contributions to basketball in most teams at a young age. Yanni Hufnagel is popular for his extraordinary skills of recruiting basketball players in college. Yanni was quite good at basketball since he was in college. He managed to play as a defense man in Pennsylvania State University lacrosse team as a freshman. Playing as a freshman is a significant achievement since most of them do not have such advanced skills in basketball. In 2006, despite his success in basketball, he also managed to graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Labor and Industrial Relations.

 

After he joined the University of Oklahoma, he was honored to take the role of a graduate assistant coach. In this position, he managed to help Sooners men’s basketball team advance their skills in the game. He gained recognition for playing a major role in development of Blake Griffin. The amazing thing is that he still managed to earn a master’s degree while still pursuing basketball coaching.

 

In June 2009, Yanni became an assistant coach and recruiter at Harvard Crimson men’s basketball program. His colleagues viewed him as one of the most promising basketball coaches due to his outstanding recruiting ability. In May 2013, Yanni Hufnagel became an assistant coach to Vanderbilt Commodores where he helped the team land the 29th position after one season. In July 2013, he played a great role as a coach in helping Team USA Youth Team in winning a gold medal. Yanni Hufnagel managed to have Spencer Weisz, the most valuable player in the under-18 competition. After joining California Golden Bears as a coaching staff, he persuaded Ivan Rabb and Jaylen Brown to join the winning team. He is currently an assistant coach at Nevada Wolf Pack men’s basketball team.