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Weight: 171 pounds
One such option for Utah at No. 14 is former Miami point guard Shane Larkin, who led the Hurricanes to an ACC Tournament championship.
On the year, Larkin averaged 14.5 points and 4.6 assists a game while hitting 41 percent of his three-point attempts.
His performance in college alone would have made him a first-round pick, but Larkin solidified his status as a potential lottery pick with a great showing at the NBA pre-draft combine. His 44" vertical leap and solid times in the agility drills showed that Larkin is a top-tier athlete, even by NBA standards.
Because the 5'11" Larkin is so much smaller than Schröder (6'2" with a 6'8" wingspan), many fans may be looking for Utah to take the young German with the 14th pick (assuming they're both still available).
The argument for Larkin is that he is more of a proven commodity. Against some of the best competition in the NCAA, he proved he has both the mental toughness and physical ability to lead a team from the point.