Four players the Utah Jazz could draft with the 23rd pick

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Dylan Windler Utah Jazz 2019 NBA Draft Combine

CHICAGO, IL – MAY 14: Dylan Windler poses for a portrait at the 2019 NBA Draft Combine on May 14, 2019 at the Chicago Hilton in Chicago, Illinois. Copyright 2019 NBAE (Photo by David Dow/NBAE via Getty Images)

The 2019 NBA Draft is rapidly approaching. The Utah Jazz have brought in many prospects for workouts, but here are four I think they could walk away with.

This time of the year always makes me giddy. It’s NBA Draft season. I love seeing the young kids living their dream, walking up to the stage and beginning their professional careers. I also love seeing the young kids that don’t get that privilege, like Fred VanVleet, work their way into the league and prove that it doesn’t matter if you don’t get drafted.

This year will be exciting, as the 2019 NBA Draft class has plenty of potentially high-quality future pros. The Utah Jazz hold the 23rd overall pick, which is the pick we’ll be discussing. They also have the 53rd pick in the second round.

Last year, the Jazz selected Grayson Allen with the 21st pick. He went on to have a shaky rookie season that was closed out with a bang, as he scored 40 points in the regular season finale against the Los Angeles Clippers.

While the Jazz won’t walk away with Zion Williamson, Ja Morant or the other top prospects in the draft, they have a chance to snag a really good player. That being said, here are four players that the Jazz could have on their team after June 20.

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