The fame and reputation of Yanni Hufnagel as an accomplished assistant coach for the Nevada male side will soon spread like wild forest fire. Although he is not an academician or learned scholar, the name of Yanni Hufnagel will soon be a household item in the highest academic learning institutions, particularly the universities in the US. He is set to become a great coach because he will soon be the youngest person to have the privilege of coaching a college team. In a nation where sports are held in high esteem, the opportunity to train the hottest team will be considered an individual honor. He is still in his 30s and being a Jew; he comes from a community that is famous for other achievements other than basketball.
Yanni Hufnagel grew up in Scarsdale and studied for his elementary education in the local schools before he scored high marks that earned him a place in the University of Cornell. He loves sports immensely, and so it only took a short time for the coaches to notice his exceptional playing abilities. He became a central player in the university group. The time he spent as a player for the Cornell side prepared him for his next role as a team promoter. The coaching skills and playing talents Yanni Hufnagel demonstrated made him a favorite coach/player for well-established teams. Just last year he was invited to be the assistant coach of Harvard after he successfully steered the team to win the Ivy League only after spending four seasons with them. The Association of Jewish Coaches is very impressed with the emergence of such an experienced player and coach in their ranks. Yanni Hufnagel has had a long and exciting career with many prestigious university sides as both a coach and player. For the Wolf Pack from Nevada, he was the assistant coach.