Top 5 Most Intriguing Draft Prospects In Utah Jazz Workouts

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Mar 21, 2015; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Georgia State Panthers guard R.J. Hunter (22) talks with teammate Panthers guard Isaiah Dennis (4) as they take on the Xavier Musketeers in the first half of a game in the third round of the 2015 NCAA Tournament at Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

After inviting around 100 prospects to Salt Lake City for an audition in front of Utah Jazz brass, the team has concluded its series of workouts in preparation for the 2015 NBA Draft. The eclectic list of workout invitees provides us with a varied look at the players that will be available during the June 25th event.

From local prospects like Dallin Bachynski and Tyler Haws to NCAA Tournament standouts like the Harrison twins and Sam Dekker, the players that worked out for the Jazz came from every corner of the basketball landscape and present options in every tier of the draft.

In examining the players who worked out for GM Dennis Lindsey, head coach Quin Snyder and the rest of the Jazz brain trust, several stand out as intriguing prospects.

They may not be the safest selections or even the best possibilities in Utah’s draft range, but among the players that actually made the trip to the 801, here are my top five prospects that look to be enticing upside options.

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