42 Tyler Ferrell
42 - Tyler Ferrell
Height: 6-7
Weight: 236
Year: So.
Hometown: Brunswick
High School: Brunswick
Position: Forward

BALDWIN WALLACE INFORMATION:

SPORTS PLAYED AT BW (YEARS AND LETTERS WON): Tyler competed in his first season of basketball for the Yellow Jackets in the 2011-12 winter season and earned his first varsity letter.

GENERAL BASKETBALL INFORMATION: Tyler is off to a solid basketball career thus far. B-W has recorded a 16-10 record during his first season as a Yellow Jacket. He has appeared in 25 games and has averaged 6.9 points per game and grabbed 4.5 rebounds per game. Tyler finished the season with a total of 172 points, 17 blocks, eight assists and six steals.

Tyler competed in his first season of basketball as a sophomore for B-W in the 2011-2012 season.  He was a transfer student from Wheeling Jesuit (W.Va.).  He appeared in 25 games and started in all 25 appearances.  He scored 172 total points, which averaged to 6.9 points per game, shooting .466 percent, 62-133 from the field.  He was .316 behind the three point arch, 6-19 attempts.  Tyler pulled in 112 rebounds, at 4.5 rebounds per contest.  He also contributed a team-high 17 blocks, eight assists and six steals.  Look for Tyler to be force for the Yellow Jackets next season.

 
HIGH SCHOOL INFORMATION:

HIGH SCHOOL ATTENDED: Brunswick

NAME OF HIGH SCHOOL CONFERENCE: Northeast Ohio

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS PLAYED (YEARS & LETTERS EARNED)
: Tyler played four years of basketball and three of football. He earned a letter each year he played each sport.

HIGH SCHOOL HONORS, (ALL-CONFERENCE, DISTRICT,  ETC.): Tyler was a four year letterwinner at Brunswick. He broke almost every school record held at Brunswick. He was a two time All-District First Team Selection as well as First-Team All-Northeast Ohio Conference two years in a row. For his great play, Tyler was also named Honorable Mention and Special Mention All-Ohio following his junior and senior season, respectively. The Medina Gazette took notice of his great play as he was named to their First-Team after his junior season and he was the newspapers MVP following his senior season.