The 2017 NBA Draft is fast approaching with a lot of questions swirling around the team positioning and prospects alike. The first two picks are pretty much a lock unless the C's and/or Lake Show have a sudden change of heart. Many experts project Fultz and Ball to go one and two respectively, but with such an anticipated draft class, what happens after that? The Sixers, Suns, and Kings have the 3rd, 4th, and 5th picks with a ton of talent left on the board. The decision to take Jayson Tatum or Josh Jackson is a tough one. Tatum started out slow at Duke due of injuries but really came on as the season progressed. More specifically, it was his performance in the conference and national tournaments in March that really spring boarded him from a late lottery to mid round pick up to a possible top 5 prospect. Jackson also struggled out the gate vs. Indiana but showed consistency as the season progressed. At the start of the season Jackson was projected to be the number 1 overall pick but fell as Fultz and Ball impacted the season. Jackson produced a PER of 18.54 while Tatum produced 18.55. With their efficiency ratings neck and neck, making this selection won't be easy. However, it can be said that both prospects will be immediate impact players. Personally, if I was making the pick I would take...