Daniel Earnest Wagner Jr. was an American professional basketball player. He played in the National Basketball Association for the Sheboygan Red Skins during the 1949–50 NBA season. Wagner also played in the National Basketball League for the Flint Dow A.C.'s during the 1947–1948 season. He played college basketball for the Schreiner Mountaineers and the Texas Longhorns.
|Born:||August 1, 1922, Henryetta, Oklahoma|
|Died:||December 27, 1997|
|Listed height:||6 ft 0 in|
|Listed weight:||170 lb|
|College:||Schreiner (1941–1942), Texas (1946–1947)|
|NBA draft:||1947 / Round / Pick|
About Danny Wagner
Second featured drummer for the American classic blues rock band Greta Van Fleet who would replace Kyle Hauck in October of 2013.
Danny Wagner Before Fame
He hung out with the three Kiszka brothers of the band even before he became an official member.
Achievement of Danny Wagner
He was an avid golfer through his upbringing and went to the state tournament for his high school each year while he was there.
Danny Wagner Family Life
He is a native of Frankenmuth, Michigan and grew up with a sister named Josie. His mom helped get him into the guitar as she played it as well.
Associations of Danny Wagner
He joined the Kiszka brothers, Josh, Jake and Sam as the fourth member of the Greta Van Fleet.
Information related to Danny Wagner
- Flint Dow A.C.'s players
- Basketball players at the 1947 NCAA Men's Division I Final Four
- Schreiner University alumni
- Sheboygan Red Skins players
- Texas Longhorns men's basketball players
- Basketball players from Oklahoma