In the inaugural year of boys volleyball as a sanctioned sport in Utah, this junior standout led his team to the first-ever 5A state championship. He showcased his talent this season by amassing 395 kills, 237 digs and 39 aces this season. Standing at 6-foot-6 and versatile from both the right-side and strong-side hitting positions, he hit a whopping .355. An Alabama native who only moved to Utah this school year, the BYU commit has already made a huge impact in his new state. The 2024 Deseret News Mr. Volleyball winner is none other than Maple Mountain High School’s Trey Thornton.