Jeff Brazil began his career with the Razorback women’s basketball team in 2007, serving for three seasons as the assistant video coordinator. He was elevated into the director of video operations for the 2010-11 season and moved into the director of video and basketball operations position for the 2012-13 season.
Brazil continued to evolve with the program, as he moved to the director of internal operations, video and scouting coordinator in the fall of 2013, and, for 2014, became the director of video and scouting for the Razorbacks.
As the director of video and scouting, Brazil is responsible for coordinating team video, scouting and game plans. He is responsible for all aspects of video editing for the Razorbacks. He helped with film breakdown, digital video exchange and professional highlight videos. Brazil maintained the video databases assisted players and coaches with preparation and development.
Other duties include assisting with on campus recruiting, managing team equipment and apparel, developing and maintain the operations budget, managing applications for admissions and coordinating game contracts.
Brazil helped the Razorbacks move into the 21st century coordinating significant technological advancements in equipment, work stations and video review practices advancing the Arkansas women’s basketball program. Brazil has been a part of two NCAA Tournament appearances and two wins, and two WNIT appearances.
A native of Colcord, Okla., Brazil’s experience includes stints as a student manager at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M and Oklahoma State under Eddie Sutton with the men’s basketball teams.
In addition, Brazil has worked several camps and clinics throughout the south and midwest including the Jimmy Dykes, Mike Anderson, Rick Barnes, Mark Turgeon, Dan Hays and Doc Sadler camps. He has also worked the SEC Tournament Youth Clinic. Brazil is a member of the National Association of Basketball Coaches, the Arkansas Coaches Association and the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association.
Brazil assisted former Razorback coach Nolan Richardson and the WNBA’s Tulsa Shock with video in 2010-2011. He is a member of the Rising Coaches Elite organization as well.
Brazil is married to the former Sheri McElroy of Springdale, Ark., and is a 2010 University of Arkansas graduate in education. He completed his master’s degree in physical education in 2012. The couple have a son, Karson.