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15 reasons Jazz fans should pay attention to Jabari Parker, Andrew Wiggins and Julius Randle

Published: Thursday, Nov. 14 2013 6:00 a.m. MST

Duke forward Jabari Parker (1) and Kansas guard Andrew Wiggins (22) wait for a free throw during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013, in Chicago. Kansas won 94-83. (Charles Rex Arbogast, AP) Duke forward Jabari Parker (1) and Kansas guard Andrew Wiggins (22) wait for a free throw during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013, in Chicago. Kansas won 94-83. (Charles Rex Arbogast, AP)

It may be early in the season, but things are looking up for three particular college freshmen and looking down for the Utah Jazz. Will Jabari Parker, Andrew Wiggins or Julius Randle be playing in Utah next season?

Parker, Wiggins and Randle have already had the chance to show what they've got on a national stage, and each has impressed.

And while the Jazz brass may never say the word "tank," this season has to bring a sinking feeling to Utah fans who are acutely aware of the team's inauspicious 1-8 start.

So, why not give these fans a reprieve and focus on the future?

Here's 15 reasons why Parker, Wiggins or Randle would make a good fit with the Jazz:

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