The Best Pure Shooter In The Midwest Is Tyler Herro! Future Badger Ballislife Mixtape

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Sam Dekker Tyler Herro

Tyler Herro is a confident, versatile scorer that can shoot!
The fundamentally sound 6’4″ combo guard from Whitnall High School averaged 29.0 points per game last season as a sophomore (43% 3-pointers) while helping Whitnall reach the WIAA Division 2 state tournament at the Kohl Center.
Herro is regarded as one of the country’s top long-distance shooters, but his ability to create off the dribble and his proficiency in the mid-range area are what set him apart.
Currently ranked 25th in the ESPN 60, 42nd (Scout), 55th (247) and 66th (Rivals) overall in the Class of 2018, Herro has been rapidly climbing up the rankings.
A four-star recruit, Herro is widely considered the best player in the state of Wisconsin and one of the top talents in the past five years. In September 2016,
Tyler Herro announced that he would be staying home, committing to Greg Gard and the Wisconsin Badgers. He is the Badgers’ first commit for 2018.
This makes Tyler one of the most highly touted recruits in the program’s history, perhaps following only Sam Dekker?
Check out these highlights from Tyler's great summer playing with Wisconsin Playground Warriors 16U on the ADIDAS circuit between his sophomore and junior years of high school as well as from Pangos Midwest Camp and the NY2LA Future's Camp.
Ballislife will continue following Tyler Herro's journey through high school.
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