Chicago Bulls: 5 Point Guards to consider in the 2018 NBA Draft

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Despite not playing a single minute collegiately yet, Trevon Duval is one of the more interesting cases the Chicago Bulls could draft next June.

As the number 1 overall player in the 2017 highschool class, Duval chose to attend Duke University. He will look to become yet another Blue Devil to go the one and done route to the NBA, following former players Kyrie Irving, Brandon Ingram, Justise Winslow, and Jahlil Okafor. Choosing Duke not only gives him the best opportunity to make it to the pros, it also gives him the chance to hone his game against the best of the best during ACC play.

On, Duval is currently projected to be drafted 25th overall by the Golden State Warriors. Boy, do we not need that. There is no way that the Warriors, who are loaded as is, could draft a former number 1 recruit.

Standing at 6’2 with a 6’8 wingspan, Duval will likely lead the ACC in steals this upcoming season playing alongside stars such as Wendell Carter, Grayson Allen, and the potential number 1 pick in Marvin Bagley.

As previously mentioned, he is currently rated as a late first round pick. With the Bulls drafting in the 1-5 and 31-35 range, it is not out of the question that Duval has a let down season and he falls to the Bulls 2nd round pick.