USA TODAY High School Sports is proud to announce the American Family Insurance ALL-USA Idaho Boys Basketball Team. Players were selected based on their athletic achievements from the 2014-15 season.
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COACH OF THE YEAR
Scott Adams, Firth
The Cougars finished 24-2 and captured their sixth 2A state title under Adams, whose son Braydon led the charge. Only Rigby’s Elliott Anderson (seven state titles) has won more boys basketball championships in the state.
Player of the Year
Malek Harwell, G, Century (Pocatello), 6-4/175, Sr.
Harwell came back from a knee injury to lead the Diamondbacks back to the state tournament. He put up a triple-double (21 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists) in an upset on the road of No. 1-ranked Preston in the state play-in game and eventually led Century to the consolation title. The top-ranked recruit in the state according to ESPN, Harwell lived up to the billing by averaging 27 points, 10 rebounds and five assists. He has signed with Boise State.
Max McCullough, G. Post Falls, 5-9/170, Jr.
Stefan Gonzalez, G, Highland (Pocatello), 6-1/185, Sr.
Derrick White, G, Capital (Boise), 6-1/170, Sr.
Connor Harding, F, Highland (Pocatello), 6-5/185, Jr.
Telly Davenport, G, Bonneville (Idaho Falls), 6-4/192, Sr.
Rylan Bergersen, G, Borah (Boise), 6-3/170, Jr.
Nick Huston, F, Rigby, 6-4/200, Sr.
Con Bauer, F, South Fremont (St. Anthony), 6-7/200, Sr.
Jarek Schetzle, C, Mountain Home, 6-10/225, Sr.