Tyler Haws Athlete Profile

#3 Tyler Haws

Position: Guard Height: 6-5 Weight: 200 Class: Senior Roster Years: 2009-2010 | 2012-2015 Hometown: Alpine, UT Mission: Philippines Last School: Lone Peak High School


  • Parents are Marty and Tiffanie Haws
  • Served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Philippines
  • Was born in Belgium
  • Father Marty Haws played point guard for BYU from 1986-90
  • Has one brother and one sister
  • Plans to study business
  • Lists interests as art, golf and fishing
  • Also recruited by Stanford, Cal, Utah, Wake Forest, Davidson, Harvard and Penn

At Lone Peak High School

  • Played for Quincy Lewis at Lone Peak High School where he was the all-time leading scorer (1,772 points)
  • Named Deseret News Mr. Basketball as a junior and senior, only the second in the history of the state to earn the honor in back-to-back years
  • Named 5A state MVP as a junior and senior by the Salt Lake Tribune and as a sophomore by the Deseret News
  • Led Lone Peak to state titles as a sophomore and junior and a second-place finish as a senior
  • Named Gatorade Utah Boys Basketball Player of the Year and the Daily Herald All-Valley Player of the Year as junior and a senior
  • Named Multiple Sclerosis Utah High School Athlete of the Year as a senior
  • Averaged 23.6 points, 8.3 rebounds and 2.7 assists as a senior (22-3 record), 20.6 points, 4.6 rebounds and 3.1 assists as a junior (23-2 record) and 18.8 points as a sophomore (24-1 record)
  • Named Region 4 MVP in 2007, 2008 and 2009
  • Named Utah County Offensive MVP in 2007 and player of the year in 2008 and 2009
  • Participated in the NBA Top 100 camp in Charlottesville, Va., and the Reebok All-America camp in Philadelphia in summer of 2008
  • Named to Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West Second Team
  • Played in Academic All-American Classic
  • Named to USA All-Star Team in USA vs. Florida All-Star game
  • Played for Dave Hammer for Salt Lake Metro club team

2009-2010 | Freshman Year

  • Named to All-MWC Third Team, Academic All-MWC and the HoopTV Las Vegas Classic All-Tournament Team
  • Named Male Rookie of the Year at the Y Awards and was named team's Most Inspirational Player at the team banquet
  • Averaged 11.3 points and 4.2 rebounds and shot .498 from the field, .368 from three and .917 from the free throw line — a school record for freshmen and the fourth-best percentage in NCAA history for freshmen
  • Posted season highs of 24 points, 11 rebounds, 6 assists, 4 steals and 2 blocks
  • Was 15th in the MWC in scoring, 20th in rebounding and 1st in free throw percentage and 4th in the NCAA in free throw percentage
  • Set a BYU record by making 48-consecutive free throws
  • Scored in double figures 21 times, had 20-plus points 4 times and posted 2 double-doubles and led the team in scoring 5 times, rebounds 8 times and assists 3 times
  • Shot 8-of-12 from the field with career-bests 4 treys and 24 points against Wyoming, adding a team-high 6 boards and 1 block
  • Posted a double-double with 20 points and 11 boards at UTEP, adding 2 assists and 1 steal in 36 minutes
  • Posted a double-double against Arizona State with 17 points and 11 rebounds

2012-2013 | Sophomore Year

  • A team captain
  • Named to All-West Coast Conference Team, USBWA All-District VIII First Team and NABC All-District 9 First Team
  • Named to the Coaches vs. Cancer All-Tournament Team
  • Received Bronze Honors on the WCC Commissioner's Honor Roll
  • Named WCC Player of the Week, SI.com and NBCSports.com National Player of the Week on Dec. 31, 2012, after scoring 42 points vs. Virginia Tech
  • Named WCC Player of the Week on Jan. 14, 2013, after averaging 24 points and shooting .643 from the field, .400 from three and .909 from the free throw line vs. Pepperdine and Santa Clara
  • Ranked 7th in the NCAA in scoring (the only BYU sophomore to finish in the top 10 and only the fifth Cougar to do so), 102nd in field goal percentage and 17th in free throw percentage
  • Ranked 1st in the WCC in scoring, T17th in rebounding, 9th in field goal percentage, 2nd in free throw percentage, 12th in steals, 13th in 3-point field goal percentage and 3rd in minutes played
  • Set the BYU sophomore records for points scored with 780 (4th all-time) and points per game at 21.7 (10th all-time)
  • Joined Danny Ainge as the only BYU players to reach 1,000 career points during their sophomore seasons
  • Had 25 games with 20 or more points in 2012-13, ranked fourth all-time for a single season and the most by a BYU sophomore
  • Haws’s 42 points against Virginia Tech are tied for eighth all-time in a single game at BYU and are the most by a sophomore and the most by a player not named Jimmer Fredette since Bob Skousen scored 47 against UCLA on Dec. 2, 1961 in the Smith Fieldhouse
  • Shot .877 from the free throw line in 2012-13, the sixth-best single-season percentage in program history
  • BYU’s all-time leader in career NIT points (111) and NIT scoring average (27.8)
  • Holds BYU’s single-game NIT scoring record with 37 points vs. Washington, also tied for the most points by a Cougar in a postseason game (NCAA Tournament or NIT)
  • Scored in double figures 34 times, 20-plus points 25 times, 30-plus points 3 times and 40-plus points once
  • Had 3-plus steals 5 times, hit 3-plus threes 4 times, led the team in scoring 21 times, rebounding 3 times and assists 6 times
  • Averaged 21.7 points, 4.6 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.3 steals and shot .483 from the field, .381 from three and .877 from the free throw line

2013-2014 | Junior Year

  • A team captain
  • Named an Honorable Mention All-American by the Associated Press
  • Named WCC Player of the Year, to the All-WCC Team and the WCC All-Tournament Team
  • Named to the USBWA All-District VIII First Team, the NABC All-District 9 First Team and the Basketball Times All-District Team (Rockies)
  • Named to the All-High Major First Team, the WCC Player of the Year and to the All-WCC First Team by CollegeSportsMadness.com
  • Named WCC Player of the Week on Jan. 13, 2014 for averaging 33.0 points in wins over Loyola Marymount and Pepperdine … shot 47.6 percent from the field, 57.1 from 3-point range and 95.7 percent from the line
  • Named WCC Player of the Week on Feb. 1, 2014 for averaging 35.5 points, 4.5 rebounds and 2.0 steals per game in wins over Pacific and Saint Mary's
  • Named to the CBE Hall of Fame Classic All-Tournament Team
  • Received Bronze Honors on the WCC Commissioner's Honor Roll
  • Named the Co-Male Athlete of the Year and received the Floyd Johnson Service Award at the 2014 Y Awards
  • Ranked 6th in the nation in points per game at 23.2 (6th all-time at BYU for a single season), 5th in total points, 6th in field goal attempts and field goals made, 5th in free throws made, 27th in attempts and 19th in free throw percentage
  • Ranked 1st in the WCC in scoring in scoring, 3rd in free throw percentage, 13th in 3-point field goal percentage, 4th in minutes played, T-15th in steals
  • Set the WCC tournament record for free throws made with 29
  • Scored the most points through a junior season at BYU with 1,944 points, Danny Ainge scored 1,685 points through his first three seasons
  • Scored a career-high 48 points against Portland, 3rd all-time in BYU history and tied for the most in the NCAA in 2013014, also set career highs in field goals made and attempted and 3-point field goals attempted
  • Had two streaks of 30 consecutive made free throws (11/25/13 to 12/11/13 and 3/8/14 to present)
  • Set a career high in rebounds with 13 against Weber State
  • Finished the season in the top 10 of multiple career categories: 1st in career FT percentage, 4th in career FT made, 4th in consecutive games in double figures, 5th in scoring, 5th in FG attempts, 5th in 20-point games, 5th in 30-point games, 8th in scoring average and 10th in FT attempts
  • Posted season highs of 48 points (at Portland), 13 rebounds (Weber State), 5 assists (Portland), 3 steals (three times), 2 blocks (Loyola Marymount), 17 field goals made (at Portland) and 14 free throws made (San Francisco)
  • Scored in double figures in all 33 games played, 20-plus points 21 times, 30-plus points 7 times and 40-plus points once
  • Had 3-plus steals 4 times, hit 3-plus threes 4 times, led the team in scoring 24 times, rebounding twice and assists 3 times
  • Averaged 23.2 points, 3.8 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.0 steals and shot .463 from the field, .404 from three and .881 from the free throw line