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Basketball is a fun sport that can even turn into a professional career for some. There are players, coaches, directors, managers, and other hired professionals to make a basketball career possible. An American college basketball assistant coach named Yanni Hufnagel watches over the Nevada Wolf Pack basketball team. He has a superb resume on his basketball career and known as the top of the recruiters in college basketball. Hufnagel is the coach in which schools want to call when they want their teenagers to be scouted.

In his early life, he was the captain for his lacrosse team. He was never actually in a basketball team, even though he is a top coach. After that, he continued to attend Pennsylvania State university and joined the lacrosse team as a defenseman. Then, he transferred to Cornell University where he would earn his Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial and Labor Relations in 2006. Hufnagel did not stop there, which is why he continues to be an inspiration to many professionals. In Oklahoma, he graduated with his master’s degree in Adult and Higher Education with an Emphasis in Intercollegiate Athletics Administration in 2010.

Since he is a great coach and loves what he does, considering his long career in coaching basketball, he was offered many promotions. Eventually, he chose the Nevada Wolf Pack and managed to win 24 games under Musselman. Now, he has earned his title as the Division I head coach albeit the highlight of his career so far.

Although his career was not always perfect, he has been accused of sexual harassment by a female report which he ultimately denies and still continues his career. Despite the accusations of sexual harassment, Yanni does not quit his hard work in the basketball scene.

It is pretty interesting to discover that many people have a dying regret. A survey of people in the hospice illuminates the fact that many people regret not chasing their dreams when they were younger. Despite the fact that this information is out there, many people continue to follow the standard path and forsake their dreams. That’s why I love reading stories about people chasing their dreams; people like Yanni Hufnagel.


His story is about perseverance. Yanni Hufnagel loves basketball. He’s loved it since he was a small child playing with basketball figurines in his basement. Unfortunately, his basketball playing days came to an end when he was cut from his varsity high school basketball team. This is when most people with get into college, get a desk job and walk away from the thing that they love. But that’s not Yanni Hufnagel.


Yanni Hufnagel graduated from Cornell University after interning for the New Jersey Nets. While working for the New Jersey Nets, his responsibility was to wash player jerseys. He is willing to pay his dues in order to stay close to the very thing that he loves.


After graduating, he started his college basketball coaching career in Oklahoma. The head coach in Oklahoma recommended him for an assistant coaching position at Harvard. This is when Yanni Hufnagel’s career would take off.


Yanni Hufnagel discovered he had a gift for recruiting at Harvard. He was able to put together an Ivy League championship roster despite the fact that the Crimson Tide did not give out athletic scholarships nor did the Ivy League school reduce its academic requirements for basketball players. His recruiting class achieved a 79-24 record in the four years that he was there. He later recruited for the University of California at Berkeley and achieved a top. Five recruiting class