02:54 PM ET 05.24 | The NBA Draft is a wide open race when it comes to who will be the No. 1 overall pick for the Cleveland Cavaliers when they go on the clock this year. Unlike years past, there isn't a clear cut prospect that stands out above the rest of the field, as Anthony Davis and Kyrie Irving did the past two seasons. Right now most of the talk is centering on Kentucky center Nerlens Noel but the Cleveland Cavaliers are wisely avoiding locking him in as the pick and he may end up falling out of the top slot so many have him pegged in. Noel simply isn't the best fit for the Cavaliers system at the moment and they won't be adjusting it to fit him in. Yes, he's an extremely talented big that can come in and be a major defensive factor but the Cavs do not need another offensively challenged player in their frontcourt and they don't need to be spending No. 1 picks on them. What the Cavaliers need is not far from the top, but who would it be?