The National Association of Basketball Coach honored four Utah college basketball players for their accomplishments on the court this year when it released its All-District teams.

BYU juniors Trent Plaisted and Lee Cummard were both named to the District 13 first team. Utah's Luke Nevill was named to the second team and Utah State's Jaycee Carroll was named to the District 14 second team.

"Both Lee and Trent are very deserving of this honor," said BYU coach Dave Rose. "They've worked really hard and greatly improved their respective games. They are a big part of the success of our team."

Cummard is a favorite to win the Mountain West Conference player of the year award while Plaisted has helped lead the Cougars back into the Top 25 polls. The dual honors mark the first time since 1988 two Cougars were selected to the first team in the same season.

Carroll, who became Utah State's career scoring leader, leads the nation in 3-point shooting at 50.2 percent, is second in free-throw shooting (92.2 percent) and 13th in scoring at 22.7.

Nevill averages 14.6 points and 6.6 rebounds for the Utes while leading the MWC in blocked shots.