Jeffrey D. Allred,
FILE: Brigham Young Cougars guard Tyler Haws (3) shoots during practice for their upcoming NCAA Tournament game against the Mississippi Rebels in Dayton, Ohio Monday, March 16, 2015.

Tyler Haws is heading north for the next part in his professional career, in the National Basketball League of Canada.

The former BYU and Lone Peak High guard, along with Canadian forward Ransford Brempong, signed with St. John's Edge, the team announced Tuesday. According to the Edge, Haws will be available to play in the team's game against the Windsor Express Tuesday night.

“We are excited by the experience and talent that both Tyler Haws and Ransford Brempong bring to this team and they are here to help us build a championship program,” Jeff Dunlap, head coach and general manager of the St. John’s Edge, said in a press release. “We are constantly scouting and are committed to putting the best possible product on the floor for the fans here in St. John’s.”

Haws will team up with another former Cougar on the St. John's guard line, as Rashaun Broadus has started every game for the Edge this season. Broadus, who played at BYU from 2005-07, is averaging 10.8 points, 4.2 assists and 2.1 rebounds per game.

The is the latest landing spot for Haws, who most recently signed with the Wisconsin Herd of the NBA's G League before being released by the team one day later. Haws has also suited up for the Cleveland Cavaliers' summer league team, played in Europe and tried out for the G League's Delaware 87ers since his last season at BYU in 2014-15.