High school boys basketball: A closer look at this year's 4A all-staters

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

Jalen Moore, Sky View, 4A MVP Next » 1 of 19 « Prev
Senior, 6-7, Forward

Twitter: @JalenMoore14

2012-2013 statistics

21.6 point per game (3rd in 4A)

7.0 rebounds per game (11th in 4A)

2.4 assists per game

1.2 steals per game

Season high

29 points at Roy on Jan. 30 and at Bonneville on Jan. 11.

Opposing coach scouting report

“By far the best athlete in Region 5 and maybe in the state that creates a mismatch for his team night in and night out. He has the ability to create off the dribble and score with pull-up jumpers from the outside. When he plays above the rim it's fun to watch and hard to play against with the momentum he gives his team. He has grown so much as a player and as an individual in the last two years. He is a good kid that truly understand the meaning of being a good teammate. He is a game time player that wants the ball in his hands when it counts. There is no doubt he put in time this past summer to getting better and not relying on his athletic ability. Utah State is getting a 6-foot-7 guard that can do it all. When he gets stronger at the next level it will be fun to watch what he will do.”

Past all-state honors

2012 — 4A second team

Note

Signed with Utah State
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