Tyrell Corbin
Tyrell  Corbin


Columbia, S.C.

High School:
West HS (Utah) '11

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 176




UC Davis Men's Basketball Announces Roster Change

Tyrell Corbin will transfer at the end of the academic year


UC Davis Gets Ready For Long Beach State At Big West Tourney

Aggies make first appearance in conference tourney since 2010 and enter as No. 8 seed


UC Davis Faces Gauchos To End Regular Season

Aggies look to gain momentum heading into Big West Tournament next week


Adenrele Bright Spot In Aggies' 69-56 Defeat

Aggie freshman scores 16 points, including 14 in the second half, but UC Davis falls at Cal Poly


Surging Aggies Prep For Central Coast Matchups

Aggies face Cal Poly on Thursday before facing UC Santa Barbara on Saturday

WEST HS '11: Named "Mr. Basketball" by Salt Lake City Deseret News after averaging 24.8 ppg as a senior... Averaged 19.3 ppg as a junior... Helped turn around a West HS program that had just one winning season in its previous seven before his arrival and lead it to a 58-12 mark in his career... Part of team that won 4A Utah state title in 2009... He was named Class 4A all-state first team and all-region first team that season... Repeated all-state honors as a junior while adding Region 6 MVP honors... Scored a career-high 38 points against Morgan during senior season and had 33 points (West had 51 total) while adding 6 rebounds in playoff game against Riverton... Was 2nd in the state in scoring as a senior... Led Class 5A in scoring as a junior... Scored 1,432 career points and had more than 300 assists.

PERSONAL: Born in Columbia, S.C.... Has not declared a major... Parents are Tyrone and Dante Corbin... His father is head coach of the Utah Jazz and enjoyed 16-year NBA career... Title of his autobiography would be "Living Out A Dream"... Career highlight was winning Utah state championship during his sophomore season... Advice for youngsters is ""Enjoy yourself now. If you're always looking around the corner for what's next, then you can't enjoy where you are now."