Jonathon Gryniewicz was promoted to Director of Scouting and Recruiting Innovation in 2017 with Oakland men's basketball after spending the previous season as the video coordinator for the Golden Grizzlies.
Prior to Oakland, Gryniewicz worked for Impact Basketball where he was a player development assistant working with pre-draft, NBA, college and international players. There, he assisted with workouts with a number of professional athletes including DeMarcus Cousins, Alan Anderson, Jordan Crawford, Justin Dentmon, Tadas Sedekerskis and Marc Garcia.
In the spring of 2017, Gryniewicz worked with the D-League combine where he scouted and evaluated players in addition to calculating player measurements in the standing vertical jump, agility stations and BAM testing.
For three years Gryniewicz served as the women's basketball manger at Michigan State University, where the Spartans won the 2014 regular season Big Ten Conference championship. Gryniewicz participated in on-court practices, workouts, film breakdown and creating stat efficiency reports. From 2015-16 Gryniewicz served as the head manger for the program.
Gryniewicz graduated from MSU in 2016 with a degree in kinesiology and a minor in coaching and educational studies.