Tyler Haws

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Tyler Haws is a professional basketball player. He was undrafted in the NBA 2015 draft and played for Club Basket Bilbao in Spain in 2020. He has also played for Obradoiro CAB (2015–2016 Galicia), Anwil Koszykowski Włocławek (Poland 2016–2017), St. John’s Edge (2018 Canada), Huesca (2020, Spain).

Haws was born on April 11, 1991, in Belgium and grew up in Alpine, Utah. He was a standout in high school basketball and was named 5A State Tournament MVP twice by the Salt Lake Tribune and once by the Deseret News. He led his team to state titles as a sophomore and junior and a second-place finish as a senior. He was named Utah’s Mr. Basketball both his junior and senior years. He participated in the NBA Top 100 Camp and the Reebok All-America camp in 2008. He was named to the Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West Second Team. He also played in the Academic All-American Classic. He was named Gatorade Utah Boys Basketball Player of the Year.

After high school, he was recruited by several universities and committed to play for Brigham Young University. He set twenty-one school records and finished his college career with 1,772 points, which tied for 10th in Utah state history and the most ever by a 5A player in Utah.

Haws is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He served as a missionary in the Philippines.

He and his wife, the former Summer Raymond, are the parents of two daughters.