Note: The Deseret News picks the MVPs, but the remainder of the all-state teams are based on coaches votes. This year 24 of 26 3A coaches submitted votes. For a complete breakdown of the voting, see the associated graphic.

Note: For a more in-depth look at all of the first-, second- and third-teamers, including a scouting report comment from an opposing coach, click here.

3A MVP

Jake Miles, Morgan, Sr., 6-2, Guard – 24.7 ppg, 3.0 rpg, 2.6 apg, 3.3 spg

3A First Team

Sterling Brandley, Ben Lomond, Sr., 6-0, Guard – 14.2 ppg, 4.0 rpg, 6.9 apg, 2.2 spg

Chandler Gines, Snow Canyon, Sr., 6-3, Guard – 16.2 ppg, 6.9 rpg, 3.5 apg, 1.4 spg

Nate Gottfredson, Snow Canyon, Jr., 6-7, Center – 14.3 ppg, 9.0 rpg, 1.6 apg

Josh Hardin, Ben Lomond, Sr., 6-3, Forward – 15.3 ppg, 6.7 rpg, 2.6 apg

Wade Miller, Bear River, Sr., 6-3, Guard – 22.4 ppg, 4.3 rpg, 3.2 apg, 1.6 spg

Spencer Smith, Ogden, Sr., 6-1, Guard – 22.2 ppg, 5.5 rpg, 1.7 apg, 3.0 spg

3A Second Team

Gabe Colosimo, Juan Diego, Soph, 6-1, Guard – 18.4 ppg, 4.7 rpg, 4.4 apg, 3.7 spg

Joe Cremer, Judge, Sr., 6-1, Guard – 10.0 ppg, 2.9 rpg, 1.2 apg

Ty Henry, Spanish Fork, Sr., 6-1, Guard – 13.9 ppg, 4.0 rpg, 1.9 apg, 1.7 spg

Jeff Murdock, Wasatch, Jr., 5-11, Guard – 8.2 ppg, 2.9 rpg, 2.5 apg

Ty Rutledge, Desert Hills, Sr., 6-1, Guard – 12.9 ppg, 3.4 rpg, 1.4 apg, 1.6 spg

Dustin Staggs, Cedar, Jr., 6-7, Forward – 15.3 ppg, 9.2 rpg

3A Third Team

Chad Corry, Canyon View, Sr., 6-4, Guard – 14.2 ppg, 3.0 rpg

Mike Hourigan, Cedar, Sr., 6-1, Guard – 9.9 ppg, 2.8 rpg, 6.0 apg, 2.7 spg

Matt Murdock, Morgan, Jr., 6-0, Guard – 5.9 ppg, 3.1 rpg, 2.5 apg, 2.2 spg

Justin Pollman, Tooele, Jr., 6-2, Guard – 18.5 ppg

Daniel Reno, Payson, Jr., 6-4, Guard – 15.3 ppg, 3.5 rpg, 1.3 apg

Derek Young, Carbon, Sr., 6-4, Forward – 16.2 ppg, 7.4 rpg, 2.1 apg, 1.5 spg

3A Honorable Mention

Taylor Bahr, Delta, Sr., 6-3, F

Jake Bailey, North Sanpete, Sr., 6-6, F

Dakota Cisneros, Carbon, Sr., 5-11, G

Chris Johnson, Wasatch, Sr., 6-4, F

Kody King, Bear River, Sr., 6-3, F

Stephen Merrell, Union, Sr., 6-8, C

Dallin Milne, Pine View, Sr., 6-0, G

Patrick Neville, Judge, Sr., 6-2, F

Cameron Skinner, Morgan, Sr., 6-2, F

Kody Wilstead, Pine View, Soph, 6-6, F

Jona Wood, Union, Sr., 6-6, F

Kaleb Wright, Payson, Sr., 6-4, F

Jake Miles, Morgan, 3A MVP

Senior, 6-2, Guard

2012-2013 statistics

24.7 point per game (1st in 3A)

3.0 rebounds per game

2.6 assists per game

3.3 steals per game (3rd in 3A)

Season high

39 points vs. Tooele on Jan. 4.

Opposing coach scouting report

“Very aggressive/relentless on the offensive end. He can score from multiple positions, very good outside shooter, comes off screens hard looking to shoot or drive, (and) attacks the basket hard with right or left (hand). Will shoot off the bounce or once space is created off the screen. Do not let him get going or he will be tough to stop. Great free-throw shooter. Active defensively and rebounds well for his size.”

Past all-state honors

2012 — 3A first team

Wade Miller, Bear River, 3A First Team

Senior, 6-3, Guard

2012-2013 statistics

22.4 point per game (2nd in 3A)

4.3 rebounds per game

3.2 assists per game (10th in 3A)

1.6 steals per game

Season high

42 points vs. Box Elder on Dec. 28.

Opposing coach scouting report

“Wade Miller was the toughest matchup in our region for us. He had great range and needed to be picked up 3 feet from the 3-point line. In the key he had a spin move from his right coming back to his left that was unstoppable unless we got help on the back side. He is the player you hate to coach against but would love to have him on your team.”

Past all-state honors

2012 — 3A third team

2011 — 3A honorable mention

Nate Gottfredson, Snow Canyon, 3A First Team
Photo credit: Todd Ellis

Junior, 6-7, Center

2012-2013 statistics

14.3 point per game (13th in 3A)

9.0 rebounds per game (3rd in 3A)

1.6 assists per game

0.7 steals per game

Season high

23 points at Pine View on Jan. 30.

Opposing coach scouting report

“Big imposing force in the middle that made people think when they caught the ball in the paint, better than average scorer and offensive rebounder, not looking forward to playing against him again next year.”

Josh Hardin, Ben Lomond, 3A First Team
Photo credit: Danilyn Hansen

Senior, 6-3, Forward

2012-2013 statistics

15.3 point per game (6th in 3A)

6.7 rebounds per game (8th in 3A)

2.6 assists per game

0.8 steals per game

Season high

25 points vs. Bear River on Dec. 21

Opposing coach scouting report

“Josh Hardin was a load to guard. He can shoot the 3 but he was most effective in the post. He is so strong that you have to guard him with a big but very few bigs can guard him on the perimeter. He killed us on the offensive boards because of his strength and ability to get to the ball on the rebound. Whenever he touched the ball we tried to double him immediately.”

Past all-state honors

2012 — 3A third team

2011 — 3A honorable mention

Chandler Gines, Snow Canyon, 3A First Team

Senior, 6-3, Guard

Twitter: @Chantastic_10

2012-2013 statistics

16.2 point per game (15th in 3A)

6.9 rebounds per game (7th in 3A)

3.5 assists per game (8th in 3A)

1.4 steals per game

Season high

26 points at Cedar on Feb. 6.

Opposing coach scouting report

“The best player on the best team in the region — the only player in the region we knew we couldn't guard. He could hurt you from the outside, so we put someone smaller on him and he scores in the post. And if you double-teamed him he would find the open man for a layup.”

Sterling Brandley, Ben Lomond, 3A First Team
Photo credit: Danilyn Hansen

Senior, 6-0, Guard

2012-2013 statistics

14.2 point per game (9th in 3A)

4.0 rebounds per game

6.9 assists per game (1st in 3A)

2.2 steals per game (9th in 3A)

Season high

36 points at Bear River on Jan. 23.

Opposing coach scouting report

“Great point guard, does an amazing job controlling the pace and tempo of the game. Good shooter if left open from the outside. Does a good job of penetrating and creating for teammates. He also does a great job getting into the paint and scoring. He has some crafty moves once in the paint.”

Past all-state honors

2012 — 3A honorable mention

Spencer Smith, Ogden, 3A First Team
Photo Courtesy Jeri Laird

Senior, 6-1, Guard

2012-2013 statistics

22.2 point per game (3rd in 3A)

5.5 rebounds per game (15th in 3A)

1.7 assists per game

3.0 steals per game (4th in 3A)

Season high

41 points at Bonneville on Nov. 30.

Opposing coach scouting report

“I had the honor of coaching Spencer in junior high. He is easily one of the best shooters in the state. He can score effectively in a variety of ways. Spencer has the quickest release of anyone that we played all year, and he does not need much space to get a shot off. And when he lets it go, most of the time it is going in. Spencer is very good at getting in the passing lanes and stealing passes, as well as being a very good rebounder for his size. He always is classy both on and off the floor, and is a great example and role model to future Ogden Tigers.”

Dustin Staggs, Cedar, 3A Second Team

Junior, 6-7, Forward

Twitter: @DStaggs33

2012-2013 statistics

15.3 point per game (11th in 3A)

9.2 rebounds per game (2nd in 3A)

0.5 assists per game

0.6 steals per game

Season high

29 points at Pine View on Feb. 12.

Opposing coach scouting report

“Dustin Staggs is a very skilled player that we need to keep off the low block or he will finish a high percentage of his shots. He can step out and take you off the bounce, must close out or he will hit the 12-to-15 jump shot. We need to know where he is on our penetration because he has great timing and can defend the rim. Must keep him off balance with double teams and change of position on defense.”

Ty Henry, Spanish Fork, 3A Second Team
Photo credit: Brad Stone

Senior, 6-1, Guard

Twitter: @T13HEN

2012-2013 statistics

13.9 point per game (12th in 3A)

4.0 rebounds per game

1.9 assists per game

1.7 steals per game

Season high

26 points vs. Bear River on Dec. 7.

Opposing coach scouting report

“Ty Henry is an outstanding shooter from anywhere on the floor. Do not let him get open on the break or he will make you pay. He is a fierce competitor on both ends of the floor.”

Joe Cremer, Judge Memorial, 3A Second Team

Senior, 6-1, Guard

2012-2013 statistics

10.0 point per game

2.9 rebounds per game

1.2 assists per game

0.7 steals per game

Season high

20 points at Hillcrest on Dec. 7.

Opposing coach scouting report

“Joe was already a major part of Judge's power, but his true worth really came out after Pat Neville went down with an injury. Joe stepped up and took control of the team down the stretch. Great young man.”

Gabe Colosimo, Juan Diego, 3A Second Team
Photo credit: Riley Rose

Sophomore, 6-1, Guard

2012-2013 statistics

18.4 point per game (4th in 3A)

4.7 rebounds per game

4.4 assists per game (4th in 3A)

3.7 steals per game (2nd in 3A)

Season high

33 points vs. Judge on Jan. 29.

Opposing coach scouting report

“Gabe is not necessarily a shooter but is a scorer. If he gets it going he is very difficult to deal with because everything starts going in. We defended him well the first time we played them but he got it going the second time and most every shot he took down the stretch went in. His play was a big reason our second game was so close and was one of the better individual performances I witnessed all year.”

Jeff Murdock, Wasatch, 3A Second Team
Photo credit: Kenny Bristow

Junior, 5-11, Guard

Twitter: @Jeff_M_4

2012-2013 statistics

8.2 point per game

2.9 rebounds per game

2.5 assists per game

0.9 steals per game

Season high

17 points vs. Desert Hills on Feb. 15.

Opposing coach scouting report

“Jeff is a savvy point guard, who does a great job running his team. He takes the best available option. You can not fall asleep on him because he will hurt you with his penetration, passing and shooting.”

Ty Rutledge, Desert Hills, 3A Second Team
Photo credit: Tracy Hokanson

Senior, 6-1, Guard

Twitter: @tybugggg

2012-2013 statistics

12.9 point per game

3.4 rebounds per game

1.4 assists per game

1.6 steals per game

Season high

25 points vs. Delta on Dec. 14.

Opposing coach scouting report

“Great athlete that can change the game with his ability to shut down opponents as well as carry the team on offense. He is the emotional leader of the team and the others feed off of him. We can't let him get excited. Must keep him off the offensive board and keep him from running the floor for easy buckets. Make the other players beat us.”

Derek Young, Carbon, 3A Third Team

Senior, 6-4, Forward

2012-2013 statistics

16.2 point per game (7th in 3A)

7.4 rebounds per game (5th in 3A)

2.1 assists per game

1.5 steals per game

Season high

26 points at South Sevier on Jan. 2 and at Spanish Fork on Jan. 11.

Opposing coach scouting report

“Young's strong post moves, passing and his tough interior defense made him one of the most effective post players in our region. He was a difficult matchup.”

Photo credit: Kraig Blackburn

Daniel Reno, Payson, 3A Third Team
Photo credit: Steve F. Gray

Junior, 6-4, Guard

2012-2013 statistics

15.3 point per game (8th in 3A)

3.5 rebounds per game

1.3 assists per game

0.8 steals per game

Season high

30 points at Spanish Fork on Jan. 22.

Opposing coach scouting report

“Reno's shooting and ability to get a shot off at the rim even with extra defensive attention created a difficult matchup for many teams.”

Justin Pollmann, Tooele, 3A Third Team
Photo credit: Maegan Burr

Junior, 6-2, Guard

Twitter: @JustinPollmann

2012-2013 statistics

18.5 point per game (5th in 3A)

Season high

35 points vs. Bear River on Feb. 8.

Opposing coach scouting report

“Justin has incredible talent. He shoots well from outside, and has a quick first step to get by defender on the dribble. Justin has very long arms, and is able to steal passes with ease and then finishes well at the basket. He is deceptively quick and has a lot of heart on the court. He has worked hard to get his game to a high level.”

Chad Corry, Canyon View 3A, Third Team
Photo credit: Kim Hansen

Senior, 6-4, Guard

2012-2013 statistics

14.2 point per game (14th in 3A)

3.0 rebounds per game

0.7 assists per game

0.8 steals per game

Season high

27 points vs. Cedar on Jan. 25.

Opposing coach scouting report

“Great scorer; must not lose him; be close in transition (or) he will knock down the transition 3. Must run him off the 3-point line. Make the offense go through someone else, and do not let him catch and shoot; cannot let him get down the lane; has a great floater and cannot let him get going by making consecutive shots. When he plays well they are tough to beat.”

Past all-state honors

2012 — 3A honorable mention

Matt Murdock, Morgan, 3A Third Team

Junior, 6-0, Guard

2012-2013 statistics

5.9 point per game

3.1 rebounds per game

2.5 assists per game

2.2 steals per game (10th in 3A)

Season high

11 points vs. Syracuse on Dec. 15 and vs. Bear River on Feb. 1.

Opposing coach scouting report

“Matt is an outstanding defender. He works very hard at getting deflections and creating fast-break opportunities for his team. He is a pass-first mentality guard. He is great at penetrating and kicking to open shooters. But you don't want to leave him open. ... He will make you pay if you do.”

Mike Hourigan, Cedar, 3A Third Team

Senior, 6-1, Guard

Twitter: @gatormike3

2012-2013 statistics

9.9 point per game

2.8 rebounds per game

6.0 assists per game (3rd in 3A)

2.7 steals per game (5th in 3A)

Season high

14 points on seven different occasions

Opposing coach scouting report

“Mike was a great point guard who understood the position. Cedar has never been a "play-fast" program, but with Mike's speed and athleticism, this year they were able to have success in that style. He was everything you would want from your point guard with his ability to defend the opponent's point guard and control him off the dribble, and push the ball and get it to the right people at the right times. His "blow-by" speed was unstoppable if defenders tried to play him too tight. His one downside was his unselfish play led to him not being very confident in his ability to shoot the 3. He is a great competitor with a "hate-to-lose" spirit. When he was in foul trouble and had to sit out, Cedar was a completely different team and struggled to score.”