UCLA’s Johnny Juzang reacts during game against North Carolina in the Sweet 16 of NCAA Tournament, Friday, March 25, 2022, in Philadelphia. Now a two-way Jazz rookie, it will be interesting to see what kind of NBA player he turns into.

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I opened up the Utah Jazz mailbag this week and answered some questions from the fans and one topic that kept coming up was the younger prospects on the team and which player would take a big step developmentally or who I was excited about.

Which non-starter are you most excited to watch?

— Alex 🙂 (@anxiousAND1) July 31, 2022

This is a subject that I get excited about every season and one that could be even more intriguing in the near future for the Jazz. Not only do I like watching the pace of development and seeing who succeeds and who fails, but I also like rooting for underdogs and watching hard work turn into happiness.

In my mailbag article I mentioned that the upcoming season would be huge for Jared Butler and could provide him with ample opportunity to become the player that the Jazz expected he would be when they drafted him.

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