In his first season as an Aggie, Tyrell Corbin made an immediate impact at the point guard position.
The six-foot South Carolina native started 23 of 31 games, averaging 23.5 minutes and 6.3 points-per-game. He had a team high 91 assists on the season.
Corbin had a season high 16 points in the hope opener — the Aggies’ first win of the season against UC Santa Cruz.
Despite being thrown to the wolves as a freshman point guard in the Big West Conference, Corbin’s game vastly improved as the year progressed.
Under the guidance of Head Coach Jim Les, Corbin learned to get others involved in the offense, and by February was consistently finding teammates in the right spots.
His defense also improved, and he finished the season with a team high 37 steals.
With a core of freshman and sophomores returning for the Aggies next season, it’s likely that Corbin will be having the ball in his hands for the foreseeable future.
— Caelum Shove