As March Madness rolls on, who should the Utah Jazz be looking at in the draft?

There are a number of intriguing players to consider for the Jazz with their draft picks this year.

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#5 - Bobi Klintman - Cairns Taipans (NBL)- 6'9" 220 lbs. Forward

The NBL's Bobi Klintman ranks as a solid prospect in the late first or early 2nd round, where the Jazz have 2 picks currently. He has NBA 3-point range, good finishing, is solid defensively, and can handle the ball on the break as needed.

He played a season of college ball at Wake Forest during the 2022-23 season but decided to play in the NBL this past season with hopes of making it to the NBA.

He averaged 9.7 points, 4.8 rebounds, 0.8 steals, and 21.3 minutes in the NBL this season for the Cairns Taipans. He shot 35.7% from 3-point range, and was 3rd on the team in rebounding.

He hails from Sweden, which would give the Jazz a Nordic frontcourt if paired with Lauri Markkanen, and give the Jazz announcing crew a chance to create a fun nickname for him.

While he isn't an impact player yet, Klintman could prove to be a good rotation guy if selected late first round or early 2nd, and the Jazz could give him some of the minutes that formerly went to Kelly Olynyk and Simone Fontecchio on the front lines.

The Jazz will likely take a good look at Klintman if he is still available when they pick at the end of the first round.