Indiana's Noah Vonleh was one of the combine's standouts, and with a versatile game unlike any other center in this draft class, Orlando should certainly give him a closer look.
Vonleh has shown an ability to score both inside and outside, shooting an impressive 48 percent from behind the arc. With a long reach and wingspan, he's able to shoot over defenders without running the risk of getting his shot blocked.
Defensively, Vonleh has the potential to be an outstanding rim protector.
He averaged 1.4 blocks per game during his lone season in Indiana, but he might lack the explosiveness to become an elite shot-blocker in the NBA. His aforementioned wingspan—measured at just over 7'4"—does make up for his lack of athleticism, though.
At 6'10", 247 pounds, Vonleh can bang down low with bigger forwards on both ends of the floor. He's shown it through his rebounding ability, where he chases down rebounds at either end at a high rate.
Pairing the former Hoosier with Nikola Vucevic would give him more space to operate inside since Vonleh can do a bit of work from the perimeter. It also improves the Magic's rim protection given Vonleh's reputation as a shot-blocker.
This could give Orlando a lengthy frontcourt if it slides Tobias Harris down to the 3. It could also elect to move Arron Afflalo up one spot and start Victor Oladipo next to a point guard, sending Harris to the bench to lead the second unit's frontline with Kyle O'Quinn.
Vonleh still has to grow offensively, though. He's really rough around the edges and lacks finesse and a set of go-to moves. His explosiveness off the dribble isn't great, either, although he showed some improvement through the combine drills.
The 18-year-old forward will be a work in progress, but it's a move that could lead to a big payoff in the near future.