NBA draft tracker: Utah Jazz pull double duty with two sets workouts on Friday

Published: Friday, June 6 2014 9:27 p.m. MDT

Associated Press
The Jazz brass are doing their best to leave no stone unturned when it comes to finding out who the best and most NBA ready players are prior to the upcoming draft. Friday will be no different in that endeavor as the Jazz have two more groups of six scheduled to work out. Although none of the players are considered to be first-round picks, there are a bunch of intriguing prospects, including a couple local studs and a pair of stars from the Pac-12.

Here is a look at how each of the 12 players performed on their most recent teams.

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This young man is an amazing athelete. He's grossly underrated. I pray that the professionals will see his talent, and give him the opportunity he deserve to show his true ability. I believe that once the GM's see him, there mouths will salivate, his talent can save a team many dollars. Because of his unique ability while allowing him the opportunity to make money as well. Which is the ability to play multiple positions, successfully. Good Luck to each of the NBA teams. The one that lands Evans will have a valuable prize.

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