NBA Draft week has arrived, but Michael Porter Jr. still has more work to do.

During his Monday appearance on "The Will Cain Show" on ESPN Radio, the former Missouri star said he's "feeling great" and wouldn't pass up the opportunity to get in another workout for a prospective team ahead of Thursday's draft.

"It's a possibility," Porter said. "I feel good. ... I got evaluated. I let the doctors come in and do all their tests on me. I'm feeling good. I think the teams are comfortable, but I might get a couple workouts in."

Porter missed the majority of his lone college season with a back injury but said recent reports about his status "got exaggerated a lot" when it was falsely implied that he sustained a hip injury.

"It was just a little sore, so I told (my agent) my hip was kind of sore and he just wanted to shut it down for a couple of days," Porter said. "And then, people took that and kind of ran with it, saying, you know, 'My hip was injured, I couldn't get out of bed,' which none of that was really true. I was just sore and I wanted to take a couple of days off. So that's all that was."

Porter's regular season with the Tigers ended early in November when he underwent microdiscectomy surgery on his L3 and L4 spinal disks. He was cleared to play in March, but played in only two games before — Missouri's last game in the SEC Tournament and its first-round NCAA Tournament loss.

The 2018 NBA Draft is Thursday at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y.