Rank 'em: Which player made the best fashion statement at the 2017 NBA draft?

The NBA draft is a chance for the latest crop of basketball talent to make eye-catching fashion choices -- and the 2017 NBA draft class did not disappoint.

Some players, such as Malik Monk with his "The Woodz" pattern or Zach Collins with his homage to the famous "Welcome to Las Vegas" sign, incorporated nods to their hometowns. Other fashion decisions carried deeper sentiment: The lining of No. 5 overall pick De'Aaron Fox's suit featured breast cancer ribbons as a tribute to his mother, a breast cancer survivor.

Which prospect made the best fashion statement at this year's draft? Using the arrows next to each choice, weigh in by ranking the sharply dressed players below.

Bowties and shoes

Still other prospects went for flashy, unique accessories and footwear:

While the NBA draft picks were dressed for success at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Thursday night, it remains to be seen how they'll look -- or play -- in the uniforms of their new teams when the 2017-18 NBA season begins.

-- Brendan C. Hall
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