Irving, the presumed top overall draft pick, will likely only show the Cavs what he can do in workouts. From the Morning Journal: “There’s a chance Duke point guard Kyrie Irving’s pre-draft tour might consist of one stop. ‘Our priority is Cleveland,’ agent Jeff Wechsler said from his office in Florida on Tuesday. Irving, 19, might work out only for the Cavaliers. Don’t expect him to work out with any other players. ‘For my safety, I’m not going to work out with anyone else,’ he said at the NBA draft combine in Chicago on May 20. The Cavs own the Nos. 1 and 4 picks in the June 23 NBA draft. They are expected to use the first overall pick on the 6-foot-3 1/2, 191-pounder. Wechsler said they have yet to establish when Irving would come to Cleveland for his pre-draft workout. ‘At some point, he will (come to Cleveland),’ he said. ‘We have not set that (date) yet. He was down in Miami working out. He’s an impressive young man.’ Irving isn’t obsessed with being the No. 1 pick. ‘It’s important, but it’s not something I’m focused on completely,’ he said. ‘Preparing for these private workouts is my main focus. When I go into these private workouts I want to be fully prepared where it’s a clear consensus whatever team picks me.’”