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Thomas Tebbs II

(1989-11-14) November 14, 1989 (age 34)
Riverside, California, U.S.
Other namesTommy Tebbs
CitizenshipUnited States of America
Alma materSouthern Utah University
  • Basketball player
  • Football player
  • Actor
  • Model
  • Paralegal
  • Event Manager

Thomas Tebbs II (born November 14,1989), also known as Tom or Tommy, is an American basketball player, football player, actor, model, paralegal and event manager.

Tom Tebbs II
Personal information
Nationality American
Listed height 6'3" (191cm)
Listed weight 175 lbs (79 kg)
Career information
High school Coronado (Henderson, NV)

Lone Peak (Highland, UT)

College Snow College (Ephraim, UT)

Hartnell College (Salinas, CA)

Southern Utah Univ. (Cedar City, UT)

NBA draft 2016 / Undrafted[1]
Position Point guard / Shooting guard
Career highlights and awards
  • AAU D1 National Champion (2003)[2]
  • AAU D2 National Champion (2004)[3]
  • Clark County Boy's Basketball Campions (2005)
  • AZ Basketball Challenge All-Tournament Team (2008)[4]
  • McDonalds All-American Nominee (2009)[5]
  • Utah 5A All State Team[6]
  • Utah Valley Team
Career High School statistics
Points 12.7 ppg
Rebounds 4.1 rpg
Assists 8.2 apg

Early Life

Tebbs was born in Riverside, California. He was raised in Southern California for the majority of his youth. Mainly in the city Torrance, California until he was 16. There he gained early experience in the basketball world. He played for the 4 "D" Stars a team located in the heart of Los Angeles, California where he was often, other than his father, the only white guy in the gym as mentioned in a Los Angeles Times article on February 29, 2000[7]. Here apart of the 4"D" Stars he met his God-family, the Pruitt's. He and Jason Pruitt are pictured on the right. He not only played for the 4"D" Stars but was also apart of an AAU national championship team in 2003, with the South Coast Stars[8]. They were led by two future NBA players DeMar Derozan and Brandon Jennings. He then moved to Henderson, Nevada where again played for another AAU National Championship team in 2004, Poly Nation[9]. The team was led by Tebbs and future Kansas Jayhawk Elijah Johnson. He attended Greenspun Junior High School where they went undefeated and were the County Champions his one year spent there.

High School


He began his high school career at Coronado High School where he started as a Freshman on the Men's Varsity Basketball team. He would continue to play at Coronado before transferring to Lone Peak High School for his senior year. Lone Peak finished as State Runner-Up and ranked 81st nationally[10]. He averaged 12 points, four rebounds, eight assists and three steals per game as a senior for Coach Quincy Lewis. He earned all-state honorable mention, Utah Valley All-Star honors and was also a McDonalds All-American nominee[11].



Although having a verbal commitment to Weber State University during his Senior year of high school, a shoulder injury at the beginning of the basketball year deterred Weber State from following through. He was then sent to play at a junior college level to prove his health at Snow College[12]. During a Scrimmage at Snow College attempting a dunk, he tore his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). After transferring from Snow College to Hartnell College to play for Coach Andrew Vasher, he cut the season short to serve a full time mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints from 2011-2013 in Alaska. Upon his return he attended Southern Utah University and was on the Men's Basketball Team[13]. Due to NCAA Division I eligibility credit requirements, he was unable to play in any games and moved on from the school to new pursuits.



Year Title Role
2012 Saint Street Isaac

During his mission he tore his labrum, he returned home for surgery to fix the problem once and for all. One day while walking through a mall he was spotted by an agent for Urban Talent Management, where he began taking acting and modeling classes. He was in a few commercials, more notably, a Samsung commercial for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. He was also a model in the 2015 Redken Symposium . The height of his acting [14] career was a lead role in the movie "Saint Street"[15], directed by Rob Diamond.


After his attempt at college basketball, he endeavored on to new life adventures as he waited to join the United States Navy. In-between 2014 and 2017 he worked for DemaNation, a company with a passion to "care more, do more, and give more". They specialize in management for events such as NBA All-Star games, MLB All-Star games,NFL Super Bowl's, the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada, and even Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain. He was a Team Lead as well as the Director of Business Relations. When he wasn't spending time with high profile clients at DemaNation, he worked on a ranch for Neff Livestock as a ranch hand. He spent one season as a Semi-Pro football player for the Las Vegas Hawks as a Wide Receiver and Safety.

Military career

Tebbs enlisted in the United States Navy in 2017. He joined as an Electronics Technician (ET) and cross-rated to a Legalman (LN) the Navy's paralegal equivalent. He is currently active duty.


  1. "Thomas Tebbs Player Profile, Southern Utah, NCAA Stats, Awards - RealGM". Retrieved 2020-11-27.
  4. "AZ BasketBall Challenge » 2008 All Tournament". Retrieved 2020-11-27.
  5. Rasmussen, Dan (2009-01-12). "High school sports: Lady Bulldog swimmers focused; McDonald's All-American nominees named". Deseret News. Retrieved 2020-11-27.
  6. News, Deseret (2009-03-25). "High school basketball: 5A Boys All-State Teams". Deseret News. Retrieved 2020-11-27. {{cite web}}: |last= has generic name (help)
  7. Facebook; Twitter; options, Show more sharing; Facebook; Twitter; LinkedIn; Email; URLCopied!, Copy Link; Print (2000-02-29). "Money-Based Caste System Bypasses Poor Athletes". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2020-11-27. {{cite web}}: |last1= has generic name (help)
  10. "Tommy Tebbs' High School Timeline". Retrieved 2020-11-27.
  11. Rasmussen, Dan (2009-01-12). "High school sports: Lady Bulldog swimmers focused; McDonald's All-American nominees named". Deseret News. Retrieved 2020-11-27.
  12. herald, Beky Beaton-Daily. "Tebbs signs with Snow". Daily Herald. Retrieved 2020-11-27.
  13. "Thomas Tebbs Bio". SUU Thunderbirds. Retrieved 2020-11-27.
  14. "Tommy Tebbs". IMDb. Retrieved 2020-11-27.
  15. Diamond, Rob, Saint Street (Drama), Mark Webb, Jarrod Phillips, Jasen Wade, Cate Allen, Guardian Angel Films, Gold Moon Films, retrieved 2020-11-27

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