Plural of “talent”

In the context:

We are always looking forward to incorporating new talents to our team!

Is it OK to pluralize it? Why?



Talent, like stone or rock, can be either a Mass noun (without plural: a lot of talent/stone/rock), or a Count noun (which can have plurals: a lot of talents/stones/rocks) that indicates a particular variety or individual instance of whatever the corresponding Mass noun means.

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