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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Ron Holland, G-League Ignite, SF, 6'7" 197 lbs.

If the Jazz are looking for scoring at the 3 spot, Ron Holland would fit the bill. He has good defensive chops and length - two things the Jazz could use on the wing.

Holland averaged 20.6 points, 6.6 rebounds and 3 assists a night with G-League Ignite, and looks like a Top 12 pick from most mock drafts.

Getting him at #10 would help fill the depth lost when Simone Fontecchio was dealt to Detroit last season. Though Holland's 3 point shooting could use some work, he's a strong and creative finisher and an explosive athlete.

Putting Holland and Taylor Hendricks in the frontcourt, along with Walker Kessler would bring some strong defense and highlight dunks that were missing at times from the Utah Jazz last season. And having him get open looks and drives with the attention paid to Lauri Markkanen would only improve Holland's game.

Holland should be strongly considered by the Jazz for the #10 pick, if he's still available.

That's the list. For now. As with any NBA Draft, the chance that the Jazz move up or make trades can blow all of this out of the water. But these are 4 solid prospects that should fall within the Jazz's draft range and would be great to watch in Utah next season.