Tyus Edney

His shot was voted the 2nd best Buzzer-Beater of All-Time with a 4.8-second Game-Winner in the 1995 NCAA Tournament. His UCLA team went on to win the 1995 NCAA Championship.

As a 3x First-Team All-Pac 12 Conference winner, Tyus Edney shared the title co-MVP along with Ed O'Bannon (the team's most outstanding defensive player) and was awarded the Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award. Tyus was also named the Nation's Best Player under six feet tall.

In his freshman season at UCLA in 1992, Tyus Edney was named the Most Valuable Freshman Player on his team. In his sophomore season. Edney was voted the team's Most Valuable Player (MVP) and he was named to the First-Team All-Pacific-10 (Pac-10) Conference team.

  • NCAA Athlete

  • Assistant Coach/UCLA

  • Speaker

  • UCLA Hall of Fame