ESPN 5star Tyler Herro solidified himself as one of the very best guards in the country during the first session of EYBL. The 2018 Wisconsin commit put on a clinic and was one of the most productive players all weekend long against elite competition.
Herro established the tone as soon as he stepped foot on the court at the Boo Williams Sportsplex, with 19 points on 3/6 from distance on a variety of jumpshots that left the crowd buzzing against Houston Hoops. While Tyler’s scoring ability is never in doubt, he also showed that he’s great at creating for teammates as he had 5 assists as well. Over 4 games, Herro averaged 15.8 points and was one of the best rebounding guards in Hampton with 6.3 per game. See below for highlights.