The NBA Draft is less than a month away as it will be held on Thursday, June 25. They currently hold the 12th, 42nd and 54th overall picks. The Utah Jazz continued their preparations today as they brought in 6 more players include 6′ 5″ guard Tyler Haws out of BYU.
During his 4-year career with the BYU Cougars Haws averaged 19.6 points per game and holds BYU career record in scoring (2,720), free throws made (724), and minute played (4,427). His 776 points scored during the 2014-2015 season were most by any player in the country. In 2015 he earned Associated Press All-American honorable mention and was a finalist for the John R. Wooden and Jerry West Awards. He was also named to the All-West Coast Conference First team in 2013, 2014, and 1015.
Here is Tyler Haws with the media following his workout with the Utah Jazz:
The other 5 players brought in today by the Jazz were forwards Nedim Buza from Bosnia, TaShawn Thomas out of Oklahoma, Lucas Dias Silva from Brazil, and Sam Thompson out of Ohio State. They also brought in Alan Williams a center from UC Santa Barbara.
Here is Alan Williams with the media following his workout:
Here is Nedim Buza after his workout with the media:
Here is Walt Perrin, VP of Player Personnel, talking with the media following the team’s workout:
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