The Utah Jazz are a stacked team in the frontcourt. They have many big bodies with a lot of skill and potential. Guys like Al Jefferson, Paul Millsap and Mehmet Okur have proven what they can do. While Jefferson and Millsap continue to improve, Okur is past his prime and nearing the end of his career.
With those guys alone the Jazz' frontcourt looks pretty decent. Add in Derrick Favors and Enes Kanter and you have a very deep and talented front court.
We have seen Favors play and see that he has incredible potential. Kanter is a mystery. We have seen glimpses of him in EuroBasket this summer and the Nike Summit a few years ago. That is about it.
Both of these guys could play an important role in the future of the Utah Jazz franchise. Both look to be full of potential and will get better as the experience comes.
But how do Favors and Kanter compare to each other? Who is the better rebounder? Who is the better scorer? This article will explore which Jazz future star is better at different facets of the game.