Tyler Haws jumping, about to release the ball while a member of the other team reaches up to block him.

Photo by Jaren Wilkey

With a combination of deadly mid-range jumpers and free-throw proficiency, Tyler M. Haws (’15) got to scoring right away as a freshman in 2009–10. Four seasons later, on Feb. 26, the sharp-shooter scored his 2,600th point, passing former teammate Jimmer T. Fredette (’11) to become BYU’s all-time scoring leader. But that was just one of his no. 1s:

  • No. 1 in points scored (2,720; Jimmer Fredette second at 2,599)

  • No. 1 in games scoring double figures (122; Danny Ainge [BA ’92] second with 117)

  • No. 1 in free throws made and free-throw percentage (724/88.3 percent; Fredette second at 627/88.2 percent)

  • No. 1 in games with at least 20 points (74; Michael J. Smith [BA ’95] second with 67)