Markelle Fultz was on the trade block Thursday night as the NBA draft unfolded, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported.

According to the report, the 76ers had "internal conversations" about making a package deal with their No. 10 and 26 picks in order to move into the top five. 

However, teams reportedly weren't interested in a player who is relearning to shoot and coming off a severe shoulder injury.

Even though the Sixers put Fultz up for sale, they know if they play their cards right with him he could re-emerge as a top player.

Fultz, the 2017 No. 1 overall pick, is expected to join with Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid as part of the 76ers young core of players. The team is also working hard with Fultz to reteach him how to shoot.

His trainer even went as far to say that his shot will be "perfect" by the end of the summer.

Fultz had a tepid rookie season, averaging 7.1 points with 3.1 rebounds and 3.8 assists.