Published on 28 Jan 2016 | about 1 year ago
Tyger Campbell's high school career is off to a fast start leading La Lumiere School (LaPorte, IN) to a 19-3 record (as of January 27), placing them in the top 20 of most national HS/Prep polls.
Tyger played HS varsity ball as an 8th grader in Tennessee averaging 14.5 points and 6.1 assists a season ago, helping lead the Christ Presbytarian Lions to a 32-5 record. Now he begins high school, on a national stage at La Lumiere alongside star juniors Jeremiah Tilmon and Brian Bowen and senior James Banks (Texas). A true pass-first point guard, the 6 foot tall freshman Campbell set a tournament record at Coventry Health Tournament of Champions for most assists (29)! Campbell's La Lumiere Lakers won the TOC and Tyger was named All Tournament team (3 wins).
Widely considered the top point guard in the 2019 class, Tyger's early D-1 offers (before 9th grade season) include Alabama, Illinois, New Mexico, UNLV, Ole Miss, Texas Southern, and Western Kentucky.
Check out this highlights mixtape from the first half of Tyger Campbell's 9th grade season at La Lumiere.
Thanks to everyone at La Lumiere, Coventry Health TOC, Don Bosco Classic, and the Illinois Wolves.
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