Geoff Dan - Program Director & Coach
Geoff Dan is the founder and program director of the Indiana Dawgz Basketball program. Coach Dan has been a fixture on the high school basketball scene in Northern Indiana for over 20 years, including Assistant Coaching duties at South Central HS, Wheeler HS, and North Judson HS. In 2010, he reached the pinnacle of Indiana high school basketball as an Assistant Varsity Coach when he teamed up with Mike Jones at Wheeler High School and won the Class 2A State Championship! As the steward of the Indiana Dawgz, Coach Dan has helped hundreds of kids go to college and also helped launch quite a few coaching careers too!
Tom Brankin - Associate Director & Coach
Tom Brankin is a Highland High School (Highland, IN) Assistant Varsity Basketball Coach for the past nine seasons. Coach Brankin also coaches high school football, most recently as the Offensive Coordinator at Calumet New Tech HS and Highland HS. Coach Brankin grew up on the South Side of Chicago and attended Brother Rice High School before graduating from Valparaiso University in 1989. Coach Brankin played Division 1 golf at Valparaiso and graduated in accounting. Coach Brankin previously coached with the Windy City Magic and Chicago Lockdown AAU programs. He currently has an accounting practice in Schererville, IN and resides in Highland, IN with his three children, Tommy, Tyler and Katie.
Dan Radinsky – 17U Coach
Dan Radinsky is a 1986 Portage High School Graduate where he played Varsity basketball. He attended Purdue University Calumet from 1988-1990. He later attended Danville Area Community College where in 1991 he was part of the NJCAA Men’s Division II Basketball Championship Team. He then went on to coach Freshman and J.V. basketball at Andrean High School from 1991-1996 and was Assistant Varsity Coach at Hammond Morton High School from 1997-1999. He currently resides in Valparaiso, IN with his wife Andrea and son Dylan. His love for the game and his dedication has never changed. He has been coaching youth basketball for the last 25 years.