Indiana freshman Noah Vonleh probable to enter 2014 NBA Draft, per report

Pat Lovell-USA TODAY Sports

The Hoosier standout is leaning toward going pro.

Indiana Hoosiers freshman forward Noah Vonleh is leaning toward declaring for the 2014 NBA Draftaccording to a report from Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski.

The 6'10 240 lb. product of Haverhill, Massachusetts was head coach Tom Crean's top-rated freshman recruit in 2013, ranked No. 8 overall by Rivals.com. In just 30 games at Indiana, Vonleh is averaging 11.3 points on 52 percent shooting, including nine rebounds and 1.4 blocks per-game.

Despite his impressive physical size and recent production, Vonleh is sill considered a project, with his draft value mostly being potential rather than NBA readiness. One NBA GM said that he would spent a significant amount of time in the D-League next season if he were drafted, according to the report.

The 2014 NBA Draft class is stockpiled with players ready for NBA minutes, including Joel Embiid, Marcus Smart, Jabari Parker and Andrew Wiggins. It's hard to say where Vonleh may get drafted should he declare, but the Hoosier freshman has until April 27 to decide if he wants to go pro or return to Bloomington.

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