- Sport: Basketball
- Years Attended: 1979-1982
- Represented more than 75 Professional Athletes as Sports Agent
- BDA Sports Management
- Agent of the Year 1998 and 2002- Black Sports Agents Association
- Inducted in 2003
Bill Duffy started his career as a Bronco in 1981 after transferring from the University of Minnesota. As a 6-foot-4 guard, Duffy was an immediate asset to the team. Despite playing with a broken wrist his junior year, he lead the team in steals. As a senior, he was the Broncos’ leading scorer, the 1982 Scholar Athlete of the Year, and District 8 All-American. Following his senior season, Duffy was the fourth pick of the Denver Nuggets. After retiring from the NBA, Duffy began his career as a sports agents, and became one of the most respected player agents in professional sports. He has represented more than 75 athletes, including nine NBA first-round draft picks and two number one picks: Michael Olowokandi (1998) and Yao Ming (2001). He represented All-Star guard and fellow SCU alum Steve Nash ’96 and 2004 Rookie of the Year runner-up Carmelo Anthony.