Ranking Milwaukee Bucks' 2023-24 midseason roster moves after Jaylin Galloway signing

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No. 3 - Signing Jaylin Galloway to a two-way deal

Like Rollins, the signing of Jaylin Galloway will not be a difference-maker for the Milwaukee Bucks right away, and most, if not all, of his time will be spent with the Herd. However, what gives Galloway the edge over Rollins is his archetype as a 6-foot-7 versatile forward and what he may potentially bring to the table down the line.

Between drafting Andre Jackson Jr. and Chris Livingston in the second-round this past off-season, taking MarJon Beauchamp the year before and now signing Galloway, the Bucks are clearly looking for young, lengthy and athletic wings who could help this team. Galloway is another player who may be of assistance at some point, and the team can now evaluate him up close.

Galloway has spent the past four seasons playing professionally in Australia, where he's showcased intriguing potential. This season, he averaged 10.6 points, 3.5 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.2 steals per game, his most productive season yet, per Basketball Reference. He's got legitimate potential to be a two-way forward in the NBA, making it beyond reasonable why the Bucks snatched him up.

Milwaukee has been seeking out strong wing defenders year after year, and with both Malik Beasley and Jae Crowder set to hit free agency this off-season, they could very well be looking again soon. Galloway or any of the other aforementioned wings could be useful pieces to fill those shoes down the road next season and beyond.

The 21-year-old will now receive an opportunity to display what he brings to the table in hopes of sticking around in the organization long-term. If he impresses, he could very well find himself on the team's Summer League roster, joining them for camp or even making the actual roster. Yet, it's far too early for that. For now, it will be interesting to see him suit up in Oshkosh.

This could end up being a big signing for Milwaukee, but if so, it will be a slow burn to get there.