Over the years, Quin Snyder has played for and worked with Mike Krzyzewski. The 47-year-old became a national coaching star while guiding the Missouri Tigers from 1999-2006. He's been an NBA assistant on multiple occasions, including with the Atlanta Hawks most recently. By the way, he's also worked with Jazz general manager Dennis Lindsey. Now, Snyder has emerged as a leading candidate to become the next head coach of the Utah Jazz, according to multiple sources. "It's very plausible," one source told the Deseret News when speaking of Snyder possibly being hired by the Jazz. Another source said Snyder is "very high on a short list" of Jazz coaching candidates. Bulls assistant Adrian Griffin and longtime NBA coach Alvin Gentry, who've also been interviewed by Jazz brass, remain on a whittled-down list of potential replacements for Tyrone Corbin. Spurs lead assistant Jim Boylen, the former University of Utah bench boss and a close friend of Lindsey's, is also in the running for the position. Snyder, sources say, has increasingly captured the interest of the Jazz front office to become the man who leads the franchise through the next steps of this rebuilding process with the goal of becoming a "championship-caliber" organization. Team president Randy Rigby wouldn't name names in an interview with 1280 The Zone, but did say management is "working very hard" at the ongoing process. "We're well into the project," Rigby said. "We're having some very good dialogue with some very good candidates. … We're committed to really doing a thorough search on this and a deep search." Snyder has working ties to Lindsey from 2007-10 when Utah's GM was the assistant general manager in San Antonio and the former Duke basketball player was the coach of the Spurs' D-League affiliate, the Austin Toros. His basketball coaching resume dates back to the 1992-93 season when the former point guard was Larry Brown's assistant for the Los Angeles Clippers after playing on a Duke team that made three Final Fours. Snyder, who was a double major and earned MBA and doctorate degrees from Duke, held multiple positions on Krzyzewski's staff from 1993-99. His Missouri coaching days were filled with Elite Eight success followed by bumpy times, including the program being placed on probation for minor NCAA violations.