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Spotlight on the Elite: Unpacking the All-State Basketball Teams

Unveiling the All-State Teams: A Showcase of Basketball Excellence


  • The Deseret News All-State teams are out, featuring the top basketball players in the state, selected by coaches.
  • Mr. Basketball Cooper Lewis and 6A Player of the Year Brody Kozlowski lead the pack with their impressive stats.
  • All-State teams include first, second, third teams and honorable mentions, showcasing a wide array of talent.

The Cream of the Crop: All-State First Team πŸ†

The All-State First Team is a testament to the high level of basketball talent in our state. Leading the pack is “Mr. Basketball” Cooper Lewis from Lehi, who averaged an impressive 27.3 points per game and 4.4 rebounds per game.

Joining him is 6A Player of the Year, Brody Kozlowski from Corner Canyon. Kozlowski led his team to a runner-up finish, averaging 20.4 points per game and 8.6 rebounds per game.

The first team also includes David Katoa (Layton), Tiger Cuff (American Fork), Paul Beattie (Farmington), Easton Hawkins (Lehi), Hunter Schenck (Weber), and Hunter Hansen (Fremont).

Second Team: No Shortage of Talent πŸ₯ˆ

The second team, while not the top tier, still showcases exceptional talent. Standouts include Ike Palmer (Herriman), Mekhi Martin (Layton), Jared Shepherd (American Fork), Luke West (Bingham), Malcolm Johnson (Herriman), and Derelle Desire (Corner Canyon).

The Third Team and Honorable Mentions πŸ₯‰

The third team also boasts players who have shown great potential and skill throughout the season, including Jordan Kohler (Skyridge), Isaac Neibaur (Corner Canyon), Grayson Brousseau (Lehi), Blake Rawson (American Fork), Carlo Mulford (Herriman), and KJ Miller (Layton).

Additionally, the honorable mentions include a mix of seniors, juniors, and sophomores who have made their mark this season and are worth keeping an eye on in the future.

All-Tournament Team: The MVPs of the Season πŸ…

The All-Tournament team features the players who shone brightest when the pressure was on. Cooper Lewis from Lehi took the MVP title, with Easton Hawkins (Lehi), Isaac Neibaur (Corner Canyon), Grayson Brousseau (Lehi), Malcolm Johnson (Herriman), and Derelle Desire (Corner Canyon) also making the team.

Congratulations to all the players who made the All-State teams. Your hard work and dedication to the game have not gone unnoticed. Here’s to more incredible performances in the next season!

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