For Benji Burke, the dual role of agent-father provided plenty of dramatic moments during last week’s NBA draft.

Burke, who represents his son, former Michigan All-American Trey Burke, said the surprising turn of events — the Pistons passing on the point guard at No. 8, being drafted ninth by the Timberwolves and traded to the Jazz — was an unforeseen whirlwind.

But less than a week later, they’re settling down in Salt Lake City and enjoying themselves.

“It’s unbelievable,” Benji Burke said. “They’re treating Trey like he’s John Stockton. That’s the only way I can put it — it’s overwhelming.

“They love their Jazz. That’s the only show in town that’s that big. They have some minor league stuff, but they’re going to love their Jazz, win or lose.”

Burke said his son will sign a contract in the coming days and begin training camp in Orlando in time to participate in the annual summer league.

Terms of the contract aren’t available, but the rookie salary scale likely will make the contract similar to last season’s No. 9 pick — Pistons center Andre Drummond, who made $2.36 million his first season.

The Jazz look to be an ideal fit for Trey Burke, as their veteran point guards from last season all are free agents. That could open the door for Burke to start, giving him a chance to meld with the young nucleus of Derrick Favors, Enes Kanter and Gordon Hayward.