4 players the Utah Jazz should consider with the #10 pick

Who will the Jazz take at #10 in the NBA Draft? Here are 4 possibilities.
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Devin Carter
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Devin Carter, PG, Providence - 6'3" 195 lbs.

Known as a tough defender and high-volume scorer, Carter would be a nice addition to the Jazz backcourt, especially if they move off of Jordan Clarkson's contract this summer.

Carter averaged 19.7 points, 8.7 rebounds, and 3.6 assists per game while shooting a solid 37.7% from distance at Providence as a junior. He has some ability to play off the basketball which would play well in a backcourt with Collin Sexton or Keyonte George, and has good size for a point guard or reserve combo guard.

According to ESPN's Jay Bilas, Carter is a 'gritty, long, athletic guard'. The Jazz need that, as well as his ability to catch and shoot, which plays well with Lauri Markkanen and Keyonte George in a lineup.

Making this pick would indicate the Jazz's interest in using Carter as a combo guard, behind George, or possibly in tandem with him and having George play the two at times.

While his ceiling may not be as high as Stephon Castle or Dalton Knecht, he's much more likely to be available for the Utah Jazz at the #10 pick.