I know, I know. Devin Harris is not Deron Williams, but I like this kid's agility and quickness, and I think he will be a more disciplined point guard than Williams was, and that will help tremendously.
Derrick Favors is simply a beast at his size the way he can run the floor and simply outmuscle any opponent. The Jazz haven't had a guy with his power and muscle since the Mailman dominated the paint. No, he will not be the scoring machine that Malone was, but he could have a very dominating physical presence around the basket as he develops and improves his game.
Al Jefferson is by far the most athletic center the Jazz have ever had. Arguably, there have been better defensive centers put on the uniform, but his touch around the basket and jump hook are very smooth.
CJ Miles' size and speed give the Jazz a lot of flexibility rotating him between the 2 and 3 spots. He has a pretty well balanced inside-to-outside game and runs the floor well; he just needs to be more consistent night to night.
The same goes for Gordon Hayward in terms of position flexibility, and he demonstrated the kind of consistency the Jazz need down the stretch last season with stellar play as a rookie. I look for a huge jump for this kid this season.
Though he lacks the bulk you'd like to see down low, I love Jeremy Evans' ability to sky to the rim. He's an exciting player who just needs more meat and more experience, but talk about athletic.
Alec Burks will make Jazz fans 'ooh!' and 'ahh!' when he attacks the basket because he can get there at will; my gut tells me he will get some playing time.