Yanni Hufnagel: Master and Recruiter in Basketball

Yanni Hufnagel great achievements in Nevada Wolf Pack team prove a positive change in the coaching of the basketball game. Yanni grew up in Scarsdale, New York city. When he was young, he would read all books that entailed coaching and relate the content in it with the game. He also worked as an announcer for a local sports show. His partner had a high belief that Yanni could either become a basketball coach or even an announcer in the industry.

Yanni worked as a basketball director back at the Cornell University. He later moved to the NJ Nets for an internship. After graduating from his studies, he was given an offer to coach in Oklahoma. It was after one of his old friend in New Jersey Nets connected him with his past employer, Jeff Capel. Capel had been looking for a graduate who would assist him in coaching. Yanni managed to pass the interview and immediately was offered the assistant position.

After a short while, Capel introduced Yanni to the head coach at the Harvard University. Fortunately, he was hired as an assistant volunteer coach where his first salary was the same to that of an intern. When he scooped the position, he started bringing all round players to his team.

About Yanni Hufnagel

Yanni Hufnagel has been an icon in the renowned game. Yanni has a fascination educational background since he studied industrial and labor relations and has a degree. He also holds a master in higher adult education from Oklahoma. His coaching career has been on the top flight either working as a coach or an assistant in the games. Many people know him for his recruiting skills and prowess.

Previously, he served as an assistant coach in California and Harvard. His success was evident when he was voted by his basketball age mates in the CBC sports college as the most promising assistant coach in the survey. He also helped in coaching stars such as Jeremy Lin and Saunders from the Harvard.