Cavinder Twins: Dating life, family background and early career
Cavinder twins, Haley and Hanna Cavinder are identical twins, social media influencers, and former University of Miami basketball players who were engaged in the NCAA's initial NIL violations judgment but were not sanctioned in February appeared to make light of the incident again in a TikTok video posted recently.
The sisters are well-known collegiate athletics endorsement icons, having inked names, photos, and contracts with numerous organizations. After transferring to their senior year, the twins became well-known; Hanna is a solid player off the bench, while Haley has led the Hurricanes in scoring under coach Katie Meier. The twins have gained popularity on social media and amassed 4.5M followers on TikTok, 239K followers on Instagram, and 92.1K followers on YouTube.
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Cavinder Twins' dating life
Haley has been in a romantic relationship with Carson Towt, since February 2019. They celebrated their one anniversary in 2020, and she shared the news with her social media followers. The couple has also been seen together at a number of events.
Whereas, Hanna is single and has no boyfriend in 2023. Rumors suggest she may be dating someone privately and does not wish to make their relationship public, Celebs In-Depth reported.
Haley and Hanna Cavinder's family background
Haley and Hanna are from a well-established family in South Bend, St. Joseph, Indiana, United States. Their father, Tom Cavinder, is a basketball player who played at Nova Southeastern, and her mother, Katie Cavinder. The twins have 3 more sisters named, Brooke, Brandi, and Natalie.
TikTok stars' early career
Before the twins started preschool, they were already playing basketball and researching exercises on YouTube, according to their parents. They competed in boys' leagues till sixth grade. The Cavinder twins have been competing since they were 3 or 4 years old.
Before high school, they were already getting offers from colleges to play basketball, but their fame has not changed them. Now, 460,000 NCAA student-athletes across the country can sign sponsorship deals, and big consumer brands are exploring this untapped market. The Cavinder twins are adding to their portfolio of endorsements through a deal with GoPuff, an app that delivers items from convenience stores.