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Noah Vonleh  FC  1
Current Team: Indiana
Date Of Birth: Aug 24, 1995 (18 years old)
Birthplace: Haverhill, Massachusetts (United States)
Nationality: United States
Height: 6-10 (208cm)      Weight: 240 (109kg)   
Current Agent: N/A
Current NBA Status: Draft Eligible in 2017

Draft Entry: 2017 NBA Draft
Early Entry Info: 2014 Early Entrant
Pre-Draft Team: Indiana (Fr)
Draft Selection(s): N/A
Draft Rights Trade: N/A
Draft Rights Renounced: N/A
High School: New Hampton School [New Hampton, New Hampshire (United States)]

Noah Vonleh News

Noah Vonleh To Declare For NBA Draft

Noah Vonleh averaged 11.3 points and 9.0 rebounds for the Hoosiers.

Noah Vonleh Leaning Toward Declaring For NBA Draft

Vonleh won't turn 19 until late August and many executives have concerns about his eventual position in the NBA.

Some Scouts Beginning To Prefer Vonleh Over Randle At PF

Noah Vonleh doesn't have the same type of "star" potential, but he is bigger and longer than Julius Randle.

Noah Vonleh Adds 25 Pounds Of Muscle Over Summer

Noah Vonleh is an incoming freshman at Indiana that Tom Crean hopes will help replace Cody Zeller and Christian Watford in the frontcourt.

Noah Vonleh Commits To Indiana

Noah Vonleh, a 6-foot-8 forward, is a top-10 prospect in the class.

Noah Vonleh Reclassifies From 2014 To 2013

Noah Vonleh is a 6-foot-8, 220 pound power forward out of New Hampton School.

Noah Vonleh Sees Himself As A Point-Forward

Noah Vonleh is a top-5 prospect in the class of 2014.

Wiggins, Randle, Young Highlight Summer All-American Teams

On the first team are Andrew Wiggins, James Young, Kasey Hill, Julius Randle and Jahili Okafor.

North Carolina Has Offers To Winslow, Okafor, Vonleh, Pinson Of 2014 Class

Justise Winslow is 6-6 five-star small forward out of Houston ranked only behind Andrew Wiggins at the position.

Noah Vonleh Likes Syracuse, North Carolina

Syracuse and North Carolina appear to be the early leaders for Noah Vonleh.

Noah Vonleh Impressive In National Prep Showcase

Noah Vonleh is receiving interest from Connecticut, Boston College, Syracuse, Kansas, Auburn, Georgia Tech and UCLA.
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