Robbie Hummel rattles off the names of recent draft picks from Indiana without a hint of hesitation.
Eric Gordon, Gordon Hayward, Greg Oden, Mike Conley and even two of his former college teammates, JaJuan Johnson and E'Twaun Moore.
Now it might be Hummel's turn to join the growing list.
After enduring two season-ending ACL tears in his right knee and staying one extra season at Purdue to prove he could still play at a high level, Hummel is now trying to show NBA scouts he's healthy enough to excel as a pro.
''I played an entire season and this is basically another season,'' he said after Friday's latest draft workout, with the Pacers. ''I don't see why I'm any more risky than anyone else other than the fact that I did it twice.
''They say it takes 20 months till you're back to normal and I'm probably at 17 or 18 months.''
Whether that will be enough to convince an NBA team to take the 6-foot-8 forward in next week's draft is still unclear.
But Hummel certainly has a resume worth considering.
He finished his college career ranked No. 9 on Purdue's career scoring list (1,772 points), fourth all-time in rebounds (862) and 3-pointers (216) and seventh in career blocks (112).
And, of course, he does have that all-important Indiana pedigree.
Last year, three players with Hoosier State ties were taken among the NBA's 60 picks - Johnson and Moore from Purdue and Shelvin Mack of Butler.
Three other players with Indiana connections - Hayward, Notre Dame's Luke Harangody and Xavier's Jordan Crawford, who started his college career with the Hoosiers - were drafted two years ago.
It's a continual trend.