The only other true point guards drafted in the first round of this year's draft other than Trey Burke were Carter-Williams, Dennis Schroeder, Shane Larkin and Nemanja Nedovic. Only Burke and Carter-Williams are expected to start.
Between Burke and Carter-Williams, no one would argue that Burke is the more polished player who'll make a bigger impact right away. While he doesn't have the pass-first mentality of the former Syracuse Orange point guard, he'll have more opportunities playing with the Utah Jazz.
With players like Derrick Favors, Gordon Hayward and the possibility of Al Jefferson and Paul Millsap, Burke has a handful of scorers that he can get the ball to. He won't have the pressure of being a go-to scorer which should help his overall assist total.
Look for Burke to contend for Rookie of the Year honors and make the Jazz a much better overall team.
Honorable Mention: Michael Carter-Williams, Philadelphia 76ers; Otto Porter, Washington Wizards
We've already discussed Carter-Williams, but a sneaky candidate here is Porter. He's got a great all-around game and plays alongside two legitimate scorers in guards John Wall and Bradley Beal.
He could end up being quite the facilitator to those two players during his rookie season.