Utah Jazz: Best Prospects in Pre-Draft Workouts

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Dejounte Murray Washington Huskies Utah Jazz 2016 NBA Draft

Feb 13, 2016; Boulder, CO, USA; Washington Huskies guard Dejounte Murray (5) attempts to regain control of the basketball in the second half against the Colorado Buffaloes at the Coors Events Center. The Buffaloes defeated the Huskies 81-80. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

Once again, the Utah Jazz worked out 100-plus players in preparation for the NBA Draft. Who were the best prospects to come through town?

The 2016 NBA Draft is finally on the horizon. Although the Utah Jazz reportedly had trouble getting potential draftees in for workouts given the number of talented young players on the roster, some high-level prospects did make the trip to Salt Lake City. One of which may even be the player the team ultimately selects during this Thursday’s draft.

While only a handful of those that participated in pre-draft workouts with the Jazz are legitimate possibilities with the No. 12 pick, the possibility remains that the team could trade down and select an unexpected player.

To that end, we’re looking at the best prospects to audition for Jazz brass during the pre-draft evaluation process. Both those who are considerations at the back-end of the lottery where the Jazz currently sit, as well as the late-first round, early-second round considerations that came through town.

In order to provide insight on each player, I’ve tapped Purple & Blues alum and NBA Draft maniac Spencer Wixom to share his thoughts on some of their strengths, their weakness and what they project to be at the next level.

So, without further ado…

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