The 2014 NBA Draft Tracker: Jazz have a look at five transfers and an underclassman
Phelan M. Ebenhack, AP
SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Jazz are back at it as six more draft eligible players are in town to go through scheduled workouts.
Like the first three groups of workout attendees, none of the athletes in town Friday are considered early first-round talent. However, that doesn't mean there is a lack of big-name appeal with players from UCLA, Louisville, Iowa State and Marquette showing off their skills.
Louisville's Luke Hancock is most recognizable player from the group. He was a huge piece of the Cardinals' run to the 2013 national championship.
Here is a look at the six players who worked out for the Jazz on Friday.
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