We're slowly approaching all out NBA Draft time. But with the playoffs in full swing, it'll still be awhile before the draft takes up all of our NBA energy.
But for now, we can still look ahead to where players are filing in among scouts and GMs, including ESPN's Chad Ford's top 10 players by position, which includes Washington's Tony Wroten and Terrence Ross.
Right now, Wroten is the third-ranked point guard in the draft behind Weber State's Damian Lillard and North Carolina's Kendall Marshall. Ross is the fifth-ranked shooting guard behind Florida's Bradley Beal, UConn's Jeremy Lamb, Duke's Austin Rivers and Syracuse's Dion Waiters.
Ford thinks that shooting guard is the second-strongest position in the draft, and after Beal, there is a logjam of who should come off the board next. One thing going for Ross is that Ford considers him to be the best shooter among Rivers, Lamb and Waiters.
Wroten is third in a very weak point guard class this year and could end up the best point guard of the bunch.
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