You are not logged in:     Login
future150 facebook future150 twitter
Get Exposure  /  F150 Report  GET SOCIAL:

Tyler Lydon

Elizaville, NY - 2015

SchoolNew Hampton PositionSmall Forward Height6’8” Weight185 lbs. AAU TeamNew England Playaz HometownElizaville, NY Class2015
National Rank#72State Rank#5
Scouting Report


3pt Shooting
High Motor


Changing Pace
Off-The-Dribble Shooting

  • Scout’s Notes:

    Lydon is a long and rangy forward who can bomb it form three point land or score it in the post. He is a sneaky athlete that routinely grabs rebounds and finishes over un-suspecting defenders.

    He must work on his handle to play on the perimeter as a true small forward, adding strength so that he can finish through contact will further benefit him

College Projection:

  • High-Major

Complete Rankings:

  • Player Grade: 93 (4-Star)
  • National Rank: 72
  • Position Rank: 12
  • State Rank: 5
Similar Small Forwards
College Recruiting - Tyler Lydon
School: Interest: Visit: Offer: Status:
SyracuseSyracuse Favorite Committed:
Boston CollegeBoston College Cold
IowaIowa Cold
VirginiaVirginia Cold
FloridaFlorida Cold
Latest News on Tyler Lydon
Malachi Richardson is an electric scoring wing.Syracuse Lands Elite Scorer in Malachi Richardson

12/13/2013 by Eric Hampford – The Trenton Catholic (NJ) wing has the potential to become a pro in Syracuse's system over the coming years.

Believe Prep (SC) PG Trae Jefferson had an excellent weekendNational Prep Showcase: Day 3 Ends With a Bang

11/26/2013 by Brian Flinn – The third and final day of the National Prep Showcase saw plenty of close games as the event wrapped up. Here's who put their teams over the top.

Tyler Lydon is the 1st player to commit to Syracuse in 2015.Ranked 2015 Combo Forward Commits to the Orange

10/18/2013 by Brian Flinn – On Thursday evening New Hampton Prep (NH) combo forward Tyler Lydon decided to make the pledge to the Syracuse Orange.

Future150 alum Jeremiah Jefferson had a huge first day.Reebok Breakout Camp: Wednesday Recap

7/11/2013 by Brian Flinn – Wednesday, the Reebok Breakout Camp began, and while there were only three sets of games, the action was still intense at Philadelphia University.