The Golden State Warriors snagged what many considered a steal in Jonathan Kuminga, with the No. 7 overall pick possessing the potential to bloom into an NBA star.

But his rookie year could look a little unusual, the Warriors revealed this week. The team’s newest coach opened up about the athletic wing, saying the team could experiment with him at some different positions in order to find playing time in what looks to be a crowded rotation. In doing so, Kuminga would be following in the footsteps of one of his veteran teammates.

As Grant Liffman of NBC Bay Area noted, the Warriors may have tipped their hand on Kuminga’s future in games this August. Though Kuminga excelled in the NBA G League on the wing, the Warriors slid him into the blocks and had him play small-ball center during Summer League. Coach Kris Weems, who led the Warriors in Summer League and coached the G League Santa Cruz Warriors before being promoted to Steve Kerr’s staff, said the team wanted to find ways to utilize Kuminga’s size.

“When you are going to draft a kid that size, and knowing that long term he is going to be bigger and stronger, he may grow a couple inches taller, his versatility because of his size gives him a chance to stay on the floor longer,” Weems said on the Dubs Talk Podcast.

Weems compared Kuminga to teammate Draymond Green, who has excelled in the small ball center role, allowing the Warriors to go small and pressure teams on both ends of the floor.