Former Washington Huskies guard Markelle Fultz will meet with the Boston Celtics on Monday in advance of the 2017 NBA draft, according to ESPN.com's Jeff Goodman.

Citing sources, The Vertical's Adrian Wojnarowski reported Fultz will work out for the Celtics on Tuesday at the team's practice facility and undergo a physical at some point during his two-day visit.

The Celtics are widely expected to take Fultz, 19, first overall on June 22.

On May 30, Goodman reported Fultz and Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge "had multiple conversations" after Boston won the rights to the top pick in the draft lottery.

"I've talked to Danny a few times, and they want to get me to come out there for a visit," Fultz said. "They just want to get a chance to know me better as a person.