Posted by: Arnell on March 6th, 2012The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of the Utah Jazz.
DraftExprees.com have Bradley Beal (6′4″, 201 lbs, 18 yrs old, Freshman from Florida) projected to go to Utah Jazz (10th Pick from Golden State). Excellent ! See: http://www.draftexpress.com/profile/Quincy-Miller-5764/
If he is taken ahead by another Team, our next best future PG choice should be Austin Rivers (6′4″, 203 lbs, 19 yrs old, Freshman from Duke). See: http://www.draftexpress.com/profile/Austin-Rivers-5743/
Both are currently playing SG’s for their respective teams. But, the Jazz can convert either of them to a scoring PG (like Deron Williams). If so, please have them spend the next 2-Summers under the tutelage of John Stockton.
For Jazz’s 2nd Pick in the First Round, they should take Quincy Miller (SF, 6′9″, 200 lbs, 19 yrs old, Freshman from Baylor)? See: http://www.draftexpress.com/profile/Quincy-Miller-5764/
Also, if Jazz can buy a draft in the early 20’s in the First Round, I would like for them to consider Doug McDermott of Creighton University (6′7″, 210 lbs, 20 yrs old Sophomore) Currently playing PF for his father but should be an excellent SF for an NBA Teeam like the Utah Jazz – in the likes of: Klay Thompson, now with Golden State. He is a Shooter-Scorer, fiesty, with a big heart and will to win games. A Coach’s son. And, a Winner. See: http://www.draftexpress.com/profile/Doug-McDermott-6504/
Lastly, for the Jazz 2nd round pick (12th), why not take Jae Crowder (6′6″, 235 lbs, 21 yrs old Senior from Marquette) in the molds of Wesley Matthews. He is currently playing PF/SF – but, with the Jazz, he can play SF/SG. He’s got size and plays with grit, toughness, and a heart of a Winner. A strong defender (in the likes of Allen of Memphis Grizzles) and also a good 3-Point range at 36% (like Matthews).
What do you guys think?
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