Cameron Tyson. Reporter file photo

Cameron Tyson. Reporter file photo

Bothell’s Tyson headed to Idaho to play basketball

  • Wednesday, March 21, 2018 4:55pm
  • Sports

Bothell’s Cameron Tyson, the 4A KingCo boys basketball most valuable player this season, has committed to play for the University of Idaho, according to the Spokesman-Review and Cougar coach Ron Bollinger.

Tyson said he will play for Idaho, but because his recruiting paperwork isn’t complete, university athletic officials are not commenting on the announcement, the Spokesman-Review reported. The Reporter received an email from the Idaho athletic department echoing this information as well.

“He was a clutch player for us, always stepping up in big situations and hitting multiple game-winning shots over the four years he was a starter,” Bollinger said.

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