NBA Draft Prospects: Top 5 Point Guards

The numbers say Markelle Fultz is the floor general with the Draft's highest upside. Do the Boston Celtics, who hold the number on pick, agree?

The NBA season never rests. And for us hoops junkies, that is a great, great thing.

While the shine is still bright on the Larry O'Brien Trophy -- and while we continue to revel in the greatness that was the Golden State Warriors' 2016-17 season -- we have already moved into the first phase of the offseason: The NBA Draft.

We here at numberFire want to give you a primer on the players most likely to make a name for themselves in the professional ranks, so we'll be breaking down the top of a loaded 2017 NBA Draft in three installments -- point guards, wings, and big men.

First up are the points. This group is top-heavy with talent, and we expect all five of our prospects to be among the first ten picks, with Markelle Fultz and Lonzo Ball likely going one-two. These five players have the ability to not only be NBA starters, but to become All-Stars, or, in the case of Fultz and Ball, superstars.

Without further ado, let's break down the game of out top five NBA point guard prospects.