http://www.jsonline.com/blogs/sports/159091965.html#!page=1&pageSize=10&sort=newestfirstBucks general manager John Hammond, coach Scott Skiles and the staff got a close look at Zeller, Leonard and Syracuse's Fab Melo in a four-center, two-guard workout Thursday at the Cousins Center.
Zeller, the senior from North Carolina, is considered a lottery pick and possibly a top 10 selection. Leonard impressed teams at last week's NBA draft combine in Chicago and the sophomore from Illinois also may have moved himself into lottery position.
It was the third time Zeller and Leonard have worked out together, after earlier sessions with New Orleans and Portland.
"There's no doubt in my mind, I feel I had something to prove," Leonard said. "Over the last couple weeks with workouts and at the combine, I feel I have surprised some people."
Leonard said he thought the Bucks were a realistic landing spot.