5A MVP

CARL SWANIGAN

Hunter, Senior, 6-8, C

The 320-pound center averaged 17.8 ppg, 14.6 rpg. With the Wolverines trailing Cottonwood 32-31 in the championship game, he buried two free throws with 4.5 seconds remaining to seal Hunter's first basketball title.

4A MVP

CHRIS MILES

Timpview, Senior, 6-10, C

The BYU-bound center averaged 14.9 points, 8.0 rebounds and 4.5 blocked shots. The repeat 4A MVP finished his career at Timpview with nearly 300 blocks, second all-time to Shawn Bradley.

3A MVP

JOSH COTTLE

Wasatch, Senior, 6-0, G

The UVSC-bound point guard averaged 18.0 ppg for the state champs. The repeat 3A MVP averaged 88 percent from the foul line, which helped him ice the state championship with 13 second-half foul shots.

2A MVP

COLTON RAY

Parowan, Senior, 5-9, G

His 17.2 ppg led the Rams to their first-ever basketball championship. His 3-pointer at the buzzer against Juan Diego in the seimfinals punched the Rams' ticket to the title game, where he scored 27 points.

1A MVP

ZAC SCHOFIELD

Manila, Senior, 6-3, F

He led Manila to a 1A title by averaging 14.9 ppg and 11.3 rpg. The senior injured his knee in the semis, but it was only a sprain, and doctors said he could play if he could tolerate the pain. He scored 15 points.