The Jazz's small forward is Hayward; he's more effective at that position than at shooting guard. He was just forced to play out of position last year because Corbin decided that Richard Jefferson was worth starting in the year 2014.
That said, they're NOWHERE near ready to compete yet. They only signed Hayward to such a huge contract because they matched the Bobcats' offer. They will assuredly be a lottery ream yet again.
Kanter is probably more obtainable than Gobert for the simple fact that Kanter will have to be paid sooner; this is the last year of his rookie contract, whereas Gobert is going into his second year. They've already invested big money in Favors and Hayward; I'm not sure if they're sold on Kanter, since he and Favors are both probably better at playing center than power forward.
To be fair, I said they were getting ready to compete. I don't see them as a playoff team this year and maybe not next, but they have a lot of young talent and if some of them materialize, they should be in really good shape.
I agree that Hayward should start at sf and Burks had somewhat of a break-out year last year. I know they drafted Hood (as I thought he might be a good fit on the Cs), but he is too young to really contribute right now. Again, they seem loaded at just about every position - which is pretty awesome for them moving forward.
As for Kanter, is he somebody we would really want entering his final year before [possibly] getting paid? Is his upside really still there?