The Utah Jazz have announced a 12 man workout, and likely one of their final workouts before next week’s NBA draft. This workout includes three potential first round picks in Luguentz Dort, Talen Horton-Tucker, and Bruno Fernando.
Dort is a strong bodied guard who doesn’t have decision making prowess to play point guard, and lacks shooting, but found a way to average 16 points per game as a freshman at ASU due to his strength and athleticism.
Fernando is a physical specimen, but doesn’t shoot and may not fit the Jazz needs, but could potentially replace Derrick Favors in time.
Horton-Tucker is one of the more unique players in the draft, an undersized wing, capable of defending multiple positions, but lacking much of a shooting ability.
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