Another one off the board: Arthur Hill’s Tyler Dwyer

Posted: May 7, 2010 by Jared Field in High School

Saginaw Arthur Hill’s Tyler Dwyer will  join Flint Powers’ all-state guard Demarco Sanders at Ferris State this fall. Dwyer, who transferred to Arthur Hill from Saginaw Heritage, is an undersized power forward who did the bulk of the Lumberjacks’ heavy lifting last season.  He was shorter, but half-again as strong as his forward counterparts at Arthur Hill, Kwincey Tucker and Jordan Hare.

At only about 6-3, Dwyer is among the most impressive rebounders and interior defenders I saw last season. He makes plays with his will, often alone, which is something rarely seen at this level. He was the consumate team player at Arthur Hill, and I hope he can do the same at Ferris State.

Amazing to think that of the heralded class of 2010 at Heritage (Thomas, Jones, Johnson, Smith, Wright, Brackens, etc.), Dwyer is playing at the highest level.

Hard work pays off.

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Comments
  1. Dantana says:

    Some under the radar signings…..

    Josh Pickell from Reese has signed with SVSU. Also, Troy Hecht from Vassar has signed with Michigan Tech.

    http://www.tuscolatoday.com/index.php/2010/04/27/hecht-and-pickell-to-meet-up-on-gliac-hardwood/

  2. Hoopsguru says:

    No one gets more out of 6’3″ than Tyler Dwyer

  3. Ty says:

    I saw him play and he was solid. He didn’t make a lot of mistakes or hurt his team.

  4. P. Hayes says:

    One of my favorite players to watch this season. I saw him four times. Despite being undersized each game, I don’t remember him getting a shot blocked in any of the games I saw him. Really crafty around the basket.

  5. Flinthooper24 says:

    Speaking of the heritage 2010 class does anyone know were smith and brackens in particular are going to play college ball, if they are?

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