Jazz Haws Basketball

BYU's all-time leading scorer, Tyler Haws, takes a few shots after speaking with the media following a work out for the Utah Jazz in Salt Lake City on Monday June 1, 2015. (Francisco Kjolseth /The Salt Lake Tribune via AP) DESERET NEWS OUT; LOCAL TELEVISION OUT; MAGS OUT; MANDATORY CREDIT

Marty Haws led BYU’s basketball team in scoring when he was a senior in 1989-90. His son Tyler finished his career at BYU as the school’s all-time leading scorer and his son T.J. is recently returned from serving a church mission and is preparing to keep the family tradition alive at BYU.

One of the things the Haws’ have in common is their ability to score from anywhere on the court.

Now the Haws’ are willing to share their secret for success when they will be holding “The Haws Shooting Camp” at Orem High School on June 13-16.

The camp offers two sessions. Those in 6th-8th grades will go from 3:30-6 p.m. and those in 9-12th grades will go from 6:30-9 p.m. each day.

“My dad and I have had a pretty good connection over the years. He was my workout guru growing up and he’s helped me tweak my shot,” Tyler Haws said. ”Now we want to show kids some of the drills that I used and teach them ways they can get better in the summer.”

Tyler played professional basketball in Spain last year and said he’s in the process of lining up a summer league to play in with the hope that he can catch the attention of some NBA teams.

The cost for the camp is $125 and is limited to 75 participants in each division. Those interested can register at www.netcamps.com/hawsshooterscamp.

“We will have a lot of shooting contests, drills and games that should be fun for them,” Tyler said. “Everyone will get a shooting sheet that they can take home and follow. The best time for players to improve their game is during the summer and that’s something we hope that we can help them do.”

Daily Herald sports writer Neil K. Warner can be reached at nwarner@heraldextra.com.

Twitter: @theGreatZuke

Neil K. Warner has been a sports writer for 25 years. He is the author of four books and is also known as the Great Zuke. He primarily covers Preps, Utah Valley University and BYU.

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