Prep football: All-Tribune Team

First Published      Last Updated Dec 25 2014 10:45 am

Britain  Covey

Timpview | Senior | Quarterback

Covey capped his stellar career by leading the Thunderbirds to their third straight 4A title. He had 4,242 yards of total offense, rushed for 26 touchdowns, and was responsible for 56 touchdowns. He completed 164 passes for 2,600 yards and 30 touchdowns and rushed 164 times for 1,566 yards. "He is a do-it-all quarterback who, any time the ball was in his hands, was a threat to score," said Timpview coach Cary Whittingham. "Smart, fast, good decision-maker and a team leader describe Britain Covey. Brit's value to the Timpview football team for the last two seasons could not be overstated."

Joseph  TiaTia

Hunter | Senior | Running back

The Wolverines star had 250 carries for 2,205 yards (8.8 yards per carry) and 18 touchdowns during the season. He also added 176 yards in pass receptions, giving him 2,381 yards from scrimmage on the season. "Joseph is a hard-working, humble athlete," said Hunter coach Scott Henderson. "He also takes care of things in the classroom, maintaining a 3.5 grade point average. Joseph is a great leader on and off the field. It's always a privilege to work with young men like him."

Zach  Katoa

American Fork | Senior | Running back

Katoa was perhaps Utah's most versatile football player in 2014. He was the Cavemen's star on offense, rushing 285 times for 1,655 yards and 25 touchdowns, passing for 90 yards and three touchdowns, and adding 44 receptions for 575 yards and five touchdowns. He also had three punt returns and one kickoff return, and was also the team's punter. He also made an impact on defense, where he recorded 41 tackles, one sack and two interceptions. "Zach is a flat-out football player," said Cavemen coach Aaron Behm. "His agility and explosiveness made him a nightmare in the open field."

Simi  Fehoko

Brighton | Junior | Wide receiver

Fehoko was unquestionably one of the top receivers in the state. The Bengals' star wideout had 63 receptions for 1,644 yards — an average of 26.1 yards per catch. He also scored 24 touchdowns. He also played on Brighton's defense, where he had 26 tackles and four interceptions. "He is tough to cover one-on-one, and he has a gift to get open and catch the ball," said Brighton coach Ryan Bullett. "He is, all-around, a great football player."

Jordan  Espinoza

Timpview | Senior | Wide receiver

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