Top 5 Most Intriguing Draft Prospects In Utah Jazz Workouts

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3. R.J. Hunter, Georgia State Panthers

Georgia State swingman R.J. Hunter’s spot in the NBA Draft may fall later in the first round than Utah’s No. 12 pick, but his potential could warrant trading down to select him.

Hunter’s off-ball movement in search of open jump shots evokes thoughts of Richard Hamilton and Reggie Miller. While he struggled to catch net at times last season, Hunter has excellent shooting form with a sweet release.

That shooting ability and excellent court vision combined with his Buza-esque length have some draft analysts labeling the talented wing the Klay Thompson of this year’s draft.

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