Noah Vonleh didn’t work out against the other top power forward prospects in this year’s draft such as Aaron Gordon or Julius Randle, but he still believes he proved to teams that he's worthy of a high pick.

"I just tried to go in there and show teams how hard I work, my versatility and teams were impressed with how I could switch it up, play inside-and-outside and face up,” Vonleh told RealGM of what he focused on.

Vonleh, who left Indiana after his freshman season, has been moving up draft boards over the past few months. Teams like his physical tools, rebounding and commitment to improving his game. He said multiple times Wednesday that he likes to be compared to Chris Bosh and that his outside shot has been a point of emphasis since the season ended.

"In high school and college I thought I was a combo four, but at Indiana I played the five,” Vonleh said. "I’ll probably start out as a stretch four in the NBA.”

Vonleh is rumored to be in play for the Philadelphia 76ers, who have the third pick. They also possess the 10th overall selection, but the Massachusetts native is unlikely to still be on the board when they make their second pick.

"They have a couple of guys from the Boston area -- Michael Carter-Williams and Nerlens Noel -- it wouldn’t be bad to go there and play with those guys,” Vonleh said when asked about the prospect of playing for Philadelphia where he would roam the paint with Noel.

"I think we could definitely complement each other," he added. "He would play the five and I could play the four. I think we’d work out good together."