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Daniel Olson is a respected leader in the field of women's basketball. Utilizing the knowledge that he's obtained in the past fifteen years of coaching, recruiting and evaluating the top basketball players in the country, Olson now provides the most comprehensive and accurate player critiques for coaches nationwide.

Olson began his successful career in women's basketball in 1991 as Head Women's Basketball Coach at Barry University, where he not only created the team from its' inception, but also was named Sunshine State Conference Coach-of-the-Year and made Barry the first team in conference history to make the NCAA tournament. He later utilized his creativity and formula for success at Lynn University, developing another program from it's' inception into a nationwide powerhouse in just three years.

Fast forward a few years and it can be seen that the coaching accomplishments of Daniel Olson encouraged him to dedicate himself even more to the genres of basketball recruiting and marketing. Parlaying his passion for the sport, he began Big "O" Sports Management in 2000, which specialized in the complete recruitment, development and placement of professional men's and women's basketball players in positions worldwide. The firm also coordinated and marketed numerous basketball camps showcasing thousands of players. His sports agency also focused on the financial management and updated resume and video production of each client, leaving no detail ignored in order to ensure the success of each player. As Olson traveled the country reviewing players to determine their potential, coaches came to learn the talent and knack he had for evaluations and rankings, making him highly sought-after for advice.

Since 2004, Olson has evaluated national high school, junior high and junior college girls basketball players and ranked and critiqued thousands of prospects for colleges and universities across the country. Now, Olson is the respected authority in women's basketball with the knowledge and professionalism to be the source for all information regarding women's basketball.