This year's class of free agents is set to be headlined by some of the game's top superstars in the league with the likes LeBron James, Paul George, and DeMarcus Cousins. One of the more under-the-radar names that could be on the move is forward Jabari Parker.

According to Bucks reporter Gery Woelfel, there is already some significant interest around the league in Parker with the likes of the Sacramento Kings, Utah Jazz, and Philadelphia 76ers all possibly interested in landing him.

Another NBA official speculated the Philadelphia 76ers, who have a ton of cap space, could come into play for Parker, especially if they fail in their bid to land a covet superstar like James, George or Kawhi Leonard. And that could indeed be the case as many NBA officials are convinced James, George and Leonard will be playing for the Lakers next season.

Besides Sacramento and Philadelphia, some other teams that have surfaced as potential landing spots for Parker Chicago, Utah, Indiana, Atlanta, Phoenix and Brooklyn. The latter team has been quite active in free agency in recent years, including having extended a max offer to small forward Otto Porter, which Washington matched. The Nets also made a huge offer to guard Tyler Johnson, which Miami matched.

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The 23-year-old is set to enter the offseason as a restricted free agent, which will give the Bucks the chance to match any offer sheet that is presented to him this summer. The level of interest could depend on the availability of talent at the small forward position. This could directly impact the 76ers potential pursuit of Parker as their eyes will first be on the likes of George and James.

Meanwhile, the Kings look like they will be major players this summer with their reported interest in another restricted free agent in Zach LaVine. Each of these other teams could make a run at Parker as he could quickly become one of the top remaining talents on the open market.

Following his return from a second ACL tear, Parker showed flashes of his promising play prior to the injury with his ability to be a high-impact scorer while displaying the same explosive burst at the rim. Ultimately, what this signals is that there will be much interest around the league in his services in free agency.