Currently playing professionally:
|Name||BYU Seasons||Team Name||Country/League|
|Brandon Averette||2020-21||AEL Limassol||Cyprus|
|Matt Haarms||2020-21||Skyliners Frankfurt||Germany/Bundesliga|
|Yoeli Childs||2016-20||Erie BayHawks||USA/G-League|
|TJ Haws||2016-20||Trefl Sopot||Poland/Polish|
|Jake Toolson||2014-16, 2019-20||BG Gottingen||Germany/EasyCredit|
|Elijah Bryant||2015-18||Milwaukee Bucks||USA/NBA|
|Corbin Kaufusi||2014-17||San Francisco 49ers||USA/NFL (football)|
|Eric Mika||2013-14, 2016-17||JL Bourg||France, LNB Pro A|
|L.J. Rose||2016-17||Galitos Barreiro||Portugal, Liga Prof.|
|Kyle Collinsworth||2010-11, 2013-16||SeaHorses Mikawa||Japan|
|Tyler Haws||2009-10, 2012-15||Bilbao Basket||Spain|
|Brandon Davies||2009-13||FC Barcelona||Spain/Liga ACB Euroleague|
|Jimmer Fredette||2007-11||Shanghai Sharks||China/Chinese BA|
Brandon Averett (2020-21). Went undrafted in 2021 NBA draft. Signed to play in Cyrus. April 30, 2021 signed with Dallas Heat of Evolution Basketball league (semi-pro). It’s a new league adn the Heat have a partnership with Texas Legends of the G-League.
Yoeli Childs (2016-20). Went undrafted in 2020 NBA draft. Signed an exhibit 10 contract with Washington Wizards (NBA) on November 28, 2020. Waived by Wizards on December 17, 2020. Added to Capital City Go-Go (G-League) then reassigned to Erie BayHawks (G-League).
Jake Toolson (2014-16, 2019-20). Went undrafted in 2020 NBA draft. November 21, 2020 signs Exhibit 10 deal with the Utah Jazz (NBA), waived December 18, 2020. Assigned to Salt Lake City Stars (G-League), waived February 14, 2021 after injury. June 4, 2021 signed with BG Gottingen of German EasyCredit basketball League.
Eric Mika (2013-14, 2016-17). Went undrafted in 2017 NBA draft. Joined Miami Heat (NBA) for NBA summer league. Signed with Consultinvest Pesaro (Italy). July 9, 2018 signed with Basket Brescia Leonessa (Italy). January 8, 2019 signed with Medi Bareuth (Germany, Bundesliga). August 20, 2019 signed exhibit 10 contract with Sacramento Kings (NBA), waived October 11, 2019. Added to roster of Stockton Kings (G-League). December 6, 2019 added to roster of Xinjiang Flying Tigers (country), removed from roster December 27, 2019. January 7, 2020 re-added to Stockton Kings roster (G-League). February 1, 2020 signed 10-day contract with Sacramento Kings (NBA). February 6, 2020 returns to Stockton Kings (G-League). August 24, 2020 signs with Partizan (Belgrade). July 1, 2021 signs with JL Bourg (France, LNB Pro A).
Kyle Collinsworth (2010-11, 2013-16). Went undrafted in 2016 NBA draft. Joined Dallas Mavericks for 2016 NBA summer league. July 21, 2016 signed with Dallas Mavericks (NBA), wavied October 22, 2016. October 30, 2016 acquired by Texas Legends (G-League), waived March 30, 2017 (reacquired for 2017 training camp). December 19, 2017 signed by Dallas Mavericks (NBA), waived January 11, 2018 but re-assigned to 10-day contract two days later. February 8, 2018 signed by Mavericks for rest of the season, waived July 6, 2018. Plays for Mavericks in 2018 NBA summer league. September 14, 2018 signed to Toronto Raptors for training camp, waived October 12, 2018. December 9, 2018 signed to Salt Lake City Stars. October 9, 2020 signed to SeaHorses Mikawa (Japan).
Other Alumi who have played professionally:
Jimmer Fredette (@jimmerfredette) played six games for the New Orleans Pelicans at the beginning of his fifth NBA season (2015-16), and averaged 0.5 points in just 3.3 minutes per game. He was waived by the Pelicans in November. He was then drafted by New York No. 2 overall in the NBA’s Developmental League (D-League stats). He played extremely well in the D-League and was called up to the New York Knicks for a 10-day contract in February 2016. For the Knicks he averaged 3.0 points in 2.0 minutes per game. He returned to the Westchester Knicks and through 35 games in the D-League he’s averaging 21.7 points, 4.8 assists, and 4.7 rebounds.
Tyler Haws (2015, @tyhaws3) went undrafted in 2015 but did get a tryout with the Cleveland Cavaliers. That didn’t pan out and he is now playing his first season in Europe, with Rio Natura Monbus in Spain. He has started a few games but typically is the first man off the bench. He has played in all 24 of their games so far this season and is averaging 7.6 points, 1.5 rebounds, 0.5 assists, and 0.8 steals in 18.2 minutes per game. He is shooting 48.1% from the field, 37.8% from behind the arc, and 81.6% from the free throw line. His season high 17 points came in a 79-63 loss to Real Madrid in December.
Rashaun Broadus (2007, @RashaunBroadus) has been a Euroleague journeyman since entering the league in 2007. He has played in Romania (CSU Basov, 2008-09), Lithuania (Suduva Marijampole, 2009-10; Siauliai, 2010-12; BC Neptunas Klaipeda, 2012-13; Juventus Utena, 2014-15), the Ukraine (Politekhnika-Halychyna, 2010), and for his current team (MKS Dabrowa Gornicza) in Poland. Through 26 games this season he is averaging 16.0 points, 3.3 rebounds, 4.1 assists, and 1.1 steals in 33.4 minutes.
Matt Carlino (Class of 2014) is in his first season playing professionally. He left BYU in 2014 for Marquette where he played his final season as a graduate transfer. Then, after trying out for the Milwaukee Bucks he headed to Europe to play for the Italian experimental national team. He ended up with France’s Boulazac Basket (ProB League) where he averaged 12.4 points per game in 10 appearances. In January 2016 he was signed by the Rio Grande Valley Vipers of the D-League. Through 25 games he has two starts and is averaging 3.4 points, 1.7 rebounds, and 1.7 assists in 13.6 minutes.
Lee Cummard (2009) has been playing in professionally since graduating from BYU in 2009. He started with the Utah Flash of the D-League (2009-10) and then spent a few seasons in France (fos-sur-Mer, 2010-11, 2012-13) and Japan (Kyoto Hannaryz, 2011-12). He is currently in his third season with Belgium’s Okapi Aalstar (Scooore League), where through 20 games this season he is averaging 7.5 points, 4.9 rebounds, 1.6 assists, and 1.0 steals in 24.1 minutes per game. He recently had an 11 point, 6 rebound, 3 assist outing as Aalstar defeated Verviers-Pepinster 85-70.
Brandon Davies (2013) had a two-year stint in the NBA (Clippers, 76ers, Nets) and had a career high 20 points in a game with the 76ers in 2014. After being waived by the Nets in January 2015 he was signed by Elan Chalon in France’s LNB Pro A League. This is his first season for Openjobmetis Varese (Serie A League) in Italy. He is leading his team in points with 12.3 per game and is averaging 6.3 rebounds, 1.5 assists, 1.0 steals, and 0.8 blocks in 25.7 minutes per game. This week he had a double double vs. Enel Brindisi, and on March 26th had a season high 27 points and 16 rebounds off the bench in a 96-82 win over Dolomiti.
Jonathan Tavernari (2010, @For3JT) has been playing professionally overseas since graduating from BYU in 2010. He has spent time playing in Brazil (Pinheiros, 2010-11, 2013-14) and in Italy (Pallacanestro Biella, 2011-12; Pistoia Basket, 2012; Scafati Basket, 2012-13; Derthona Basket, 2014-15) He now starts for BCC Corvengenze Agropoli (Italy Serie A2 League) where through 25 games this season he is averaging 13.3 points, 4.5 rebounds, 1.0 assists, and 0.9 steals in 31.3 minutes per game. In his last game (3/20) he had 17 points and 6 rebounds. In a January interview with BYU Insider he expressed interest in possibly coming back to BYU at some point.
Agustin Ambrosino (2013) only played for one season at BYU in which he averaged 1.8 points, 1.4 rebounds, and 6.2 minutes in 31 games. However, after transferring he went back to Argentina to play for Weber Bahia Blanca (Liga A) where he played during the 2013-14 season (3.0 points in 8.6 minutes per game). He played the following season for Tomas De Docamor and he currently plays for Alianza Viedma (TNA League) also in Argentina. For Viedma Ambrosino is averaging 6.5 points, 4.1 rebounds, and 0.8 steals in 20.3 minutes per game.
Charles Abouo (2012, @CharlesAbouo1) has also bounced around a bit. He played his first two professional seasons in Spain for CB Penas Huesca and Quesos Cerrato Palencia. He currently plays for Al Khor in Qatar where he has dominated the league. The season has now concluded and in 18 games Charles averaged 25.8 points, 12.2 rebounds, 4.6 assists, and 3.7 steals in 40.2 minutes per game. In his next to last game, a 107-87 victory over Al Ahli Abouo had 36 points, 13 rebounds, 7 assists, 2 steals, and 3 blocks. He ended the season at No. 3 in the league in scoring, No. 5 in rebounds, and No. 1 in steals with 3.7 per game–almost a full steal more than No. 3 in the league. He was named the all-qatar D1 Defensive Player of the Year and was selected as a member of the All-League.second team.
Other Recent Pros
- Noah Hartsock (2012), Belgium
- Logan Magnusson (2011)
- Chris Miles (2010), France
- Lamont Morgan (2010); D-League, Spain (2013-15)
- Kent Tuttle (2010, volleyball); D-League (2010)
- Trent Plaisted (2008); Detroit (NBA), Italy, Croatia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Turkey, Germany, France (2008-15)
- Vuk Ivanovic (2008), Serbia, France
- Keena Young (2007), Korea, Finland
- Brock Reichner (2006); Greece
- Mike Hall (2005); Turkey, France, Austria, Japan
- Rafael Araujo (2004); Toronto, Utah (NBA), Russia, Brazil
- Mark Bigelow (2004); Germany, Spain
- Luis Lemes (2004), Brazil
- Kevin Woodbury (2004)
- Travis Hansen (2003), Atlanta (NBA), Russia
- Terrell Lyday (2001), Russia
- Trent Whiting (2001), Italy
- Mekeli Wesley (2001); France, Poland, Spain, Belgium, France, Portugal, Mexico