University of South Florida Men's Basketball team welcomed video coordinator Anthony Brammer to the USF athletic program in 2010.
In his current position, Brammer’s role consists of assisting the coaching staff with each of the opponent scouting reports, coordinating game film break down and editing for self-scouting and evaluation along with handling the film exchange and creating the video playbook.
Additionally, Brammer is the director of the Stan Heath Basketball Camps and is responsible for all planning and execution of the highly attended summer camps on the USF campus. He is also in charge of overseeing the team’s equipment budget which involves working closely with Under Armour on the team’s entire account and equipment needs.
Brammer received his Bachelor of Science in sport management from Old Dominion University, where he was a member and treasurer of the Sport Management Association. He went on to earn a Master of Science in sport management at Old Dominion University.
While attending Old Dominion University, Brammer became the head manager of the men's basketball team, where he assisted the coaching staff during practices, coordinated game film and completed other administrative duties.
Brammer rose to the position of graduate student manager and administrative assistant for Old Dominion. Assisting the coaching staff during practices and games, offensive play tracking, game film coordination, video playbook creation, recruit database coordination and overseeing undergraduate student managers were among some of his duties.
Brammer has volunteered at a number of basketball camps. He worked as a graduate assistant for the Nike-affiliated Boo Williams 17 & Under AAU Team, from 2006-2008, where he assisted in developing multiple NBA and NCAA Division-I players.