Know about Tydus Reign Young, basketball player, Trae Young’s son

Tydus Reign Young has been enjoying his father’s fame and limelight since infancy. Tydus’ father, Trae Young is a renowned basketball player.

Tydus Reign Young’s Family

Tydus Reign Young was born on June 2, 2022, to Trae Young and his fiancee, Shelby Miller. Rayford Trae Young is nicknamed “Ice Trae” and was born on September 19, 1998. Born in Lubbock, Texas, Trae is the son of Candice Young, a school teacher, and Rayford Young, who played basketball at Texas Tech and professionally in Europe. Trae has a younger brother, Tim Young, and two younger sisters, Caitlyn Young and Camryn Young. Camryn is a volleyball player. He also has an uncle who played college basketball in the NAIA. Trae was raised in Pampa, Texas, by his mother and paternal grandparents, as his father played basketball overseas.

Trae met Shelby Miller, at the University of Oklahoma in 2017. Shelby was born on 25th Oct 1995 to Mike Miller and Sherri Miller. Trae was playing basketball for the Oklahoma Sooners and Shelby was a cheerleader at university. The two started dating and have been together since then. The lovebirds got engaged in December 2021. They recently were blessed with a son.

Tydus Reign Young’s Net Worth

Tydus Reign Young is a celebrated kid born with a silver spoon. He definitely will have a great future but as of now, he is enjoying his luxurious childhood with his parents. Tydus’s father, Trae Young, is an American professional basketball player for the Atlanta Hawks of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played college basketball for the Oklahoma Sooners. In 2017, he tied the then-record in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I single-game assists with 22.

Trae became the only player to ever lead the NCAA in both points and assists in a single season. He was drafted by the Dallas Mavericks in the 2018 NBA draft with the fifth pick and later traded to the Atlanta Hawks, along with a future first-round pick, for the draft rights to Luka Dončić. He joined Dončić in a unanimous selection to the 2019 NBA All-Rookie First Team. He is a two-time NBA All-Star. He was a U.S. men’s national U18 team member that won a gold medal at the 2016 FIBA Americas Under-18 Championship.

Trae followed the footsteps of Donovan Mitchell by being featured in the second season of the Young Hollywood original docu-series Rookie on the Rise. The series follows Trae on his race for the Rookie of the Year. Trae also earns from his endorsements with companies like Adidas, Through the Lens, Old Spice, Bodyarmor, Tissot, Chipotle, eBay, Fortnite, and NBA2K. Trae has a net worth of $20 million. He and his family live in a recently bought mansion in Oklahoma, that consists of 5 bedrooms and a pool house. The luxurious villa cost around $2 million.