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2014 All-State Boys Basketball Team

FIRST TEAM

Name, School Ht Yr Pos

Justin Burks, Arbor View 6-7 Sr. F

— 23.2 pts, 6.7 reb, 2.0 stl

Trae Carter-Wells, Reed 6-3 Sr. G

— 17.7 pts, 7.3 reb, 5.7 ast, 2.5 stl

Chase Jeter, Bishop Gorman 6-10 Jr. F

— 14.7 pts, 10.6 reb, 3.0 blk

Noah Robotham, Bishop Gorman 6-0 Sr. G

— 16.0 pts, 7.1 ast, 3.1 stl

Re’Kwon Smith, Las Vegas 6-7 Jr. F

— 24.7 pts, 6.0 reb, 2.8 ast, 2.0 stl

Stephen Zimmerman, Bishop Gorman 7-0 Jr. C

— 15.2 pts, 10.2 reb, 3.1 ast, 3.0 blk

SECOND TEAM

Troy Brown, Centennial 6-5 Fr. G

— 15.3 pts, 9.8 reb, 4.0 ast

Shaquile Carr, Canyon Springs 6-1 Sr. G

— 17.0 pts

Darryl Gaynor, Durango 6-2 Sr. G

— 24.9 pts, 6.5 reb, 3.0 ast

Diontae Jones, Clark 6-6 Sr. F

— 13. 9 pts, 9.1 reb, 2.0 stl

Spencer Mathis, Valley 6-7 Sr. G/F

— 18.0 pts, 6.2 reb, 3.0 ast, 2.4 stl

Kenny Meyer, Spanish Springs 6-2 Sr. G

— 19.9 pts, 4.2 ast, 3.1 stl

THIRD TEAM

Deishuan Booker, Agassi Prep 6-2 Jr. G

— 24.8 pts, 7.6 ast

Gerad Davis, Canyon Springs 6-4 Sr. G/F

— 17.1 pts

Nathan Klekas, Elko 6-3 Sr. G/F

— 18.0 pts, 9.2 reb, 2.8 ast, 2.1 stl

Zack Lessinger, Galena 6-6 Jr. F

— 15.0 pts, 8.1 reb, 1.2 blk

Austin Starr, Foothill 6-2 Sr. G

— 14.9 pts, 4.4 reb, 2.3 ast

Jalil Walker, North Valleys 6-4 Sr. G/F

— 23.4 pts, 8.2 reb, 2.2 stl

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