Draymond Green impressed in a workout with the Hawks on Tuesday.

“I think he’s going to be a terrific NBA player,” Atlanta coach Larry Drew said. “I don’t think there’s enough players like him that bring a little bit of everything to the game. But he certainly is that type of player, that caliber of player.”

Green led Michigan State in scoring, rebounding, steals, field goals and three-pointers in his senior season.

“I think he can develop into a three. I think he has that versatility where you can move him around. A lot of it depends on matchups. But I think he has the foot speed and the size to play the four, and I think that’s just going to be a plus for him and his game to move from the three to the four,” Drew said after watching Green work out. "As I said before, this league is really starting to move more toward that versatile player, a guy who can play multiple positions. And he certainly fits that profile."