High school boys basketball: A closer look at this year's 5A all-staters

Published: Tuesday, March 12 2013 7:43 p.m. MDT

Nick Emery, Lone Peak, Mr. Basketball Next » 1 of 20 « Prev
Senior, 6-2, Guard

Twitter: @Nick_Emery4

2012-2013 statistics

17.9 point per game (7th in 5A)

3.8 rebounds per game

3.7 assists per game (7th in 5A)

2.9 steals per game (4th in 5A)

Season high

27 points at Pleasant Grove on Jan. 15.

Opposing coach scouting report

“In my opinion Nick Emery has had about as good of a four-year run as anyone in high school basketball. He has been the focus of every opponent’s defensive game plan and has still managed to lead his team to three state championships. He has unbelievable range with his jump shot, but is equally good going to the basket. Most impressive is his self-confidence and will-to-win attitude. Like him or not, he is a winner."

Past all-state honors

2012 — 5A MVP

2011 — 5A MVP

2010 — 5A second team

Player Note

Signed with BYU.
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Parry is a Farce
Layton, UT

Guess the good news is that Lone Peak only returns one player from the 5 that made this list. They are a great program and Haws is a great player to have back. Lone Peak will probably be the favorite again next year, but maybe there will be a chance for someone else to compete.

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