The Indiana Pacers own the seventh overall pick with three weeks before the 2023 NBA Draft and they should have plenty of options in terms of which top-tier talent they want to take. While Indiana is in a spot where they could look to trade their draft pick for value, it is much more likely that they will keep this pick to continue building around All-Star Tyrese Haliburton.

Victor Wembanyama, Brandon Miller and Scoot Henderson are expected to be the first three names called on draft night, but there are several other prospects who could instantly add value to their new team. Villanova's Cam Whitmore is one of those players.

Whitmore recently visited Indiana for a draft workout on Thursday and the importance behind this workout was that he was alone. Many teams conduct individual workouts throughout the pre-draft process, but the fact that Whitmore did not partake in a draft workout with other players competing against him could give some insight as to what Indiana is planning on draft night.

Should he be on the board with the seventh overall pick, the Villanova product would undoubtedly be the best prospect available, which is why the Pacers may have wanted to get a closer look at him. A 6-foot-7, 235 lbs wing, Whitmore recorded the third-best max vertical leap at the NBA Draft Combine a couple of weeks ago at 40.5 inches.

Currently ranked as the seventh-best draft prospect on ClutchPoints' 2023 NBA Draft Big Board 2.0, Whitmore is projected to go fifth overall to the Detroit Pistons based on ClutchPoints' 2023 NBA Mock Draft 2.0, which was released earlier this week.

This year's draft will be very important for the Pacers, as they currently own five total picks, three first-round picks and two second-round picks. It is unlikely that Indiana will be holding onto all of these picks and they may look to move up and down the draft, as they own the rights to picks Nos. 7, 26 and 29 in the first-round.

Finishing the 2022-23 regular season with a 35-47 record, the Pacers missed the playoffs for the third consecutive season. They have not won a playoff series since 2014, but with Haliburton having an All-Star season and a handful of other key contributors around him, Indiana is hopeful that they will get back to contending in the Eastern Conference in no time.