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The 2014 NBA draft tracker: Julius Randle headlines another group of draft hopefuls to workout with Jazz

Published: Wednesday, June 18 2014 10:28 a.m. MDT

Julius Randle, 6-9, 250, forward, Kentucky Next » 1 of 8 « Prev
Randle was the most impressive of a dominant freshman class for the Wildcats. He does most of his damage on the offensive end with his back to the basket, but also has a solid face up game. He is a great offensive rebounder who can finish with either hand at the rim and does a fantastic job of drawing fouls.

In his lone season at Kentucky he averaged 15 points on 50.1 percent shooting from the floor, 10.4 rebounds and 1.4 assists in 40 games.

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Logan, UT

It's a big humorous and a lot deceptive that some of these players can get away with listing themselves as over 2 inches taller than they really are. I would subtract a point for being misleading if I was evaluating these guys.

Hopefully, all these close-up evaluations will allow the Jazz to make some very good picks in the soon-to-be draft. One of the guys could be another diamond in the rough that the Jazz occasionally find.

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