The Case for Noah Vonleh

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Feb 12, 2014; Bloomington, IN, USA; Penn State Nittany Lions guard Tim Frazier (23) and Indiana Hoosiers forward Noah Vonleh (1) battle for a rebound during the first half at Assembly Hall. Mandatory Credit: Pat Lovell-USA TODAY Sports

Noah Vonleh has been covered several times on LakeShowLife.  He was the early favorite to be the lottery pick at #7 for the Lakers.  Our own Jacob Rude did a prospect matchup with Noah Vonleh vs. Aaron Gordon.




What do you need to know about Noah Vonleh?

Noah Vonleh is a power forward or center out of Indiana university.  He had great combine scores; with a fast 3/4 court sprint, excellent hand size, tremendous wingspan, and great vertical leap numbers. He has great physical tools that will allow him to play in the paint at the NBA level, but had solid ball-handling and perimeter skills that were related to the small forward position.

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  • J Taylor

    If Smart is gone, If Randle is gone, if there are no trades to be made,
    does it really matter?

    • Mike Garcia

      Every opportunity to improve the team matters.

  • wangkon936

    Noah should be our number one choice at pick #7. His blend of physical attributes and raw skill set is exceedingly rare. True NBA PF size with the wingspan to play the C spot in stretches, maybe more. Had a jump shot, despite huge hands. A willingness to guard the paint and block shots. Active and excellent rebounder.

    Has enough potential to be able to build around in the future. Won’t be an immediate impact player now because of age and lack of experience, but the sky is the limit on his potential.