The Wyoming Coaches Association has released its list of the top boys’ basketball players for the 2020-2021 season.

These lists for the two largest classifications in boys’ basketball were voted on by the coaches.

While there were no four-time honorees this year, there were four players that earned their third all-state award. Congratulations to Lawson Lovering from Cheyenne Central, East’s Graedyn Buell, Sam Lecholat of Sheridan, and Worland’s Rudy Sanford.

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CLASS 4A: (listed alphabetically by school name, then by the last name)

Luke Hladky – Campbell County (All-State in 2020)

Jefferson Neary – Campbell County

Lawson Lovering – Cheyenne Central (All-State in 2019 & 2020)

Brady Storebo – Cheyenne Central

Nate Talich – Cheyenne Central (All-State in 2020)

Graedyn Buell – Cheyenne East (All-State in 2018 & 2020)

Dylan Taylor – Green River

Jaedyn Brown – Laramie

Jared Lucas – Riverton

Sam Lecholat – Sheridan (All-State in 2019 & 2020)

Kolter Merritt – Star Valley

Andre Felton – Thunder Basin

McKale Holte – Thunder Basin

Deegan Williams – Thunder Basin (All-State in 2020)

CLASS 3A: (listed alphabetically by school name, then by the last name)

Coy Johnson – Buffalo

Eli Patterson – Buffalo

Cam Spence – Douglas

Dillan Hereford – Lander

Bryan St. Clair – Lander (All-State in 2020)

McKoy Smith – Lyman

Luke Branson – Mountain View

Hunter Meeks – Mountain View

Mason Marchant – Powell

Mitchell Allard – Rawlins

Ashton Barto – Rawlins (All-State in 2020)

Kade Preuit – Wheatland

Mack Page – Worland (All-State in 2020)

Rudy Sanford – Worland (All-State in 2019 & 2020)

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