Saw action in 22 career games … Three-year letterman … Registered 17 career tackles … Named to Dean’s List.
Missed his senior season with an injury … Key contributor on the defensive line who was listed on the preseason depth chart at defensive end.
Saw action in six games … Finished year with 10 tackles (four solo) with one tackle for loss … Missed four games due to injury … Made tackle at Penn (Oct. 15) … Made three tackles at Wagner (Oct. 8) … Finished with a career-high four tackles (three solo) vs. Princeton (Oct. 1) … Made one solo tackle at Georgetown (Sept. 24) … Made one tackle in season opener vs. Saint Francis U (Sept. 17).
Played in eight games.
Played in eight games ... Recorded seven tackles.
A 2014 graduate of Muskegon Catholic Central High School, where he played three years for head coach Steve Czerwon … All-Area First Team selection … Named to the Muskegon Chronicle Dream Team … Honorable mention Academic All-State selection … Selected a top-75 recruit in Western Michigan … Played on both tight end and on the defensive lines … Three-year varsity totals include 53 tackles (39 solo), one fumble recovery and one touchdown … Made 33 tackles, led the team in tackles for loss, deflected four passes and returned an interception for a touchdown as a senior in 2013 … Led the Crusaders to a state Class 8 championship victory over Beal City (35-12) at Ford Field, accumulated a 12-2 overall record and perfect 3-0 league record as a senior … Named Meijer Scholar-Athlete of the Week … Totaled 20 tackles and a touchdown as a junior … Guided the Crusaders to a 9-4 overall record, sectional title and runner-up finish in the regionals as a junior … Four-sport athlete who competed in baseball, basketball, football and track and field ... Also competed in track and field … Personal best in the discus was a 130-6 throw … Class Valedictorian, following the footsteps of his grandmother, who was also MCC’s top student ... National Honor Society member … Member of student council … National Society of High School Scholars.
Born Ian Jarvi Tyler on August 26, 1996 … Son of Jim and Kristine Tyler … Father Jim Tyler attended Notre Dame … Has three younger sisters … Muskegon Catholic Central legacy as his grandfather Stan Tyler and grandmother Mary and father Jim all attended the school … His grandmother was also MCC’s Valedictorian … Accumulated over 500 hours of community service … Committed to Columbia the day he helped his team win the state title … Chose Columbia because of academics and athletics, the campus and location in New York City … Chose Columbia over Harvard, Yale … Enrolled at Columbia College … Majors in Sociology.