Yanni Hufnagel bio summarization

Yanni Hufnagel, born August 28, 1982, is a former assistant basketball coach for the Harvard Crimson, Vanderbilt Commodores, California Golden Bears, and the Nevada Wolf Pack men’s college basketball programs, and also was a graduate assistant for the Oklahoma Sooners men’s basketball team.

 

Hufnagel began his career with the New Jersey Nets in a summer internship program, after which he earned his first coaching position as a graduate assistant with the Sooners in the year 2007 under head coach Tommy Amaker. Mr. Hufnagel is widely credited with developing former Sooner great and perennial NBA All-Star Blake Griffin, currently playing for the Detroit Pistons.

 

After a two-year stint in Oklahoma, he joined the Harvard Crimson men’s basketball program as a full-fledged assistant coach. He was also an extremely talented recruiter, for which he was voted most expected to launch into the stratosphere by his peers, based solely on his recruiting ability. Prior to the 2012-13 college basketball season, he was named to CBS Sports “all coaching dream team”, once again recognized for his remarkable recruiting skills. At Harvard, he is largely credited for developing current NBA player Jeremy “Linsanity” Lin, currently playing for the Atlanta Hawks, and former D-League and current Italian League player, Wesley Saunders. During Hufnagel’s 4-year-stint, Harvard’s record was 90-30. In his final season at Harvard, seeded #14, they upset #3 seeded New Mexico in the 2013 NCAA Tournament.

 

In 2013, He joined the Vanderbilt Commodores, led by head coach Kevin Stallings. Hufnagel was instrumental in helping Vanderbilt land the 29th ranked recruiting class in the country, featuring star recruits Wade Baldwin IV and Matthew Fisher-Davis.

 

Hufnagel then joined the California Golden Bears in 2014, coached by Cuonzo Martin. He is credited with persuading 5-star recruits Jaylen Brown and Ivan Rabb to join California in 2015, which helped them to an NCAA Tournament berth in 2016.

 

From 2016-2017, Hufnagel was a coach under Eric Musselman for the Nevada Wolf Pack. He helped them earn a berth in the 2017 NCAA Tournament.

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The Brown Modelling Agency: Austin’s Full Service Agency for Talent and Opportunity

The Brown Agency was born in the summer of 2015 when Wilhelmina Austin (a part of the world renowned Wilhelmina Models network) acquired Heyman Talent-South, one of Austin’s most successful agencies for acting talent. Since then, they have grown to represent more than 450 talented individuals. By joining forces, they are able to connect more deserving talent with more incredible opportunities. Talent with The Brown Agency has access to openings across media: on the runway, on the television, at corporate events, and more. Since its inception, The Brown Agency has placed models with thousands of companies including Louis Vuitton, Dell, Toyota, and L’Oréal.

Leading The Brown Agency is CEO and President John Brown. John started in the industry as a model himself, working his way through college. He went on to head Wilhelmina Austin from its inception in 2010 and guided them through the transition to become The Brown Agency. At the time of the acquisition, John praised the potential of The Brown Agency in the press release saying “Both agencies find pride in selecting the best, prepping them on a larger market level and delivering the most professional, elegant, and dependable talent. We are now able to do this on a larger scale.” His words were echoed by Michael B. Bonnée, the founder of Heyman Talent-South who said, “Our combined talent and expertise make this a very exciting opportunity.” Michael still serves the acting talent of Austin in the theatrical division of The Brown Agency.

In the past two years, The Brown Agency has definitely lived up to the vision of these two men. With Austin becoming a center of fashion and national campaigns, The Brown Agency is uniquely poised to introduce central Texas to the standards of larger markets while still using the best of local talent, bringing much-deserved national attention to the talent of central Texas. Models from the Brown Agency have not only conquered the runways of Austin Fashion Week and Dallas Fashion Week, but also gone on to represent the agency in shows such as New York Fashion Week, Miami Swim Week, and more.

Despite their broad marketability, the Brown Agency is still embedded in the heart of Texas. With both headquarters in Austin and offices in Dallas, they are able to find models that capture the unique styles of both these cities. For more information on the agency, visit their website at brownagency.co. and follow their Instagram page. You can also find out about opportunities and see their striking models on Instagram at @brownagency and Twitter at @BrownAgencyATX.