Gordon Hayward and Derrick Favors were picked up from the 2010 draft, Alec Burks and Enes Kanter were selected in 2011, and Trey Burke was the team's first-round pick this year. All five were lottery selections, and each of them is about to be thrust into the spotlight of a feature role in the NBA for the first time in their young careers this season.
They're the biggest part of the 2013-14 story in Utah, but not all of it. There are also several veterans on expiring contracts—some looking for career rebirths. And of course, the "Slim Towers" of Jeremy Evans and Rudy Gobert.
Each player is ranked by the impact I think they'll have on the Utah Jazz during the 2013-14 season. I based my opinion on stats from last season, as well as each player's performance during the summer league, training camp and the preseason.
*All stats courtesy of Basketball-Reference, unless otherwise noted.