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Video: BYU's Fischer, Utah's Taylor talk about participating in Jazz predraft workout together


The Utah Jazz's latest predraft workout Wednesday at the Zions Bank Basketball Center was full of interesting storylines.

Performing at the workout were a potential lottery pick in Washington's Dejounte Murray, former BYU and Utah players Chase Fischer and Brandon Taylor and a prospect who shot only 3-pointers and free throws last season in Oakland's Max Hooper.

"They both can shoot the ball," said Jazz vice president of player personnel Walt Perrin about Fischer and Taylor. "They both know how to score."

The day was even more intriguing, as Michigan's Caris LeVert was in town to meet with team officials. The guard didn't participate in workouts because of injury, but is an intriguing prospect.

A lottery talent, two campaign-ending injuries during his career with the Wolverines make him a likely second-round selection in the June 23 draft.

Utah owns the 42nd, 54th and 60th picks of the second round.