High school football: 4A all-state teams

Published: Wednesday, Dec. 11 2013 12:10 a.m. MST

East High School's Ula Tolutau is Mr. Football. Photographed at East High School in Salt Lake City on Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013.

Laura Seitz, Deseret News

Mr. Football

Ula Tolutau, East

RB, 6-1, 220, Sr.

Wisconsin commit was unstoppable this season, carrying the ball 195 times for 31 TDs and 2,465 yards, the third-most yards in state history. He averaged 12.6 yards per carry. He rushed for over 300 yards twice and rushed for three-plus touchdowns seven times.

4A MVP

QB: Britain Covey, Timpview

Jr., 5-10, 160

Took over as Timpview’s starting quarterback after Week 2, and the T-Birds were unstoppable offensively the rest of the season. Covey completed 148 of 213 passes for 1,890 yards and 26 TDs. He also rushed for 1,264 yards and 18 TDs on 136 carries.

4A First Team

QB: Chase Nelson, Logan

Sr., 5-11, 185

227-338, 67.2%, 3,150 yards, 41 TDs, 8 INTs … 177 carries, 1,133 yards, 9 TDs

RB: Coleman Meier, Olympus

Sr., 5-11, 178

150 carries, 1,322 yards, 18 TDs

RB: Preston Curtis, East

Sr., 5-11, 185

87 carries, 1,042 yards, 15 TDs

WR: Taylor Compton, Logan

Sr., 5-9, 175

91 catches, 1,223 yards, 15 TDs

WR: Nolan Gray, Orem

Sr., 6-4, 185

73 catches, 1,126 yards, 14 TDs

TE: Joe Tukuafu, East

Sr., 6-3, 240

37 catches, 706 yards, 8 TDs

OL: Sione Tuikolovatu, East

Sr., 6-0, 285

“3-year starter, has played guard, center tackle. Toughest kid I’ve ever coached.”

OL: Luke Daley, Box Elder

Jr., 6-0, 260

“3-year starter. Led team in pancakes, led offense to 4,173 yards.”

OL: Tennessee Su'e 'Su'e, East

Sr., 6-2, 295

“Undoubtedly the leader of the offensive line. Extremely intelligent and talented.”

OL: Seth White, Sky View

Sr., 6-2, 260

“Offered by Navy and Air Force”

OL: Nick Peterson, Woods Cross

Sr., 6-0, 190

“Team captain, did not miss a game in 2 seasons. Overall our best offensive lineman.”

DL: Gabe Reid, Timpview

Jr., 6-1, 225

79 tackles, 15.5 sacks

DL: Isaiah Nacua, Timpview

Sr., 6-3, 240

71 tackles, 18.5 sacks

DL: Bryan Mone, Highland

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