Boise State junior Chandler Hutchison is working the NBA system for all it's worth as he tests his viability in the NBA Draft June 22.

Hutchison has not signed with an agent and that means if he wants to change his mind and return to Boise State for his senior season he can do so by May 24.

The NBA also has a new rule adopted in 2016 that players who have not hired an agent can work out with and for NBA teams without losing the collegiate eligibility.

Hutchison has done just that by working out for the Boston Celtics and the LA Clippers. Hutchison, who was named All Mountain West by the coaches is trying to evaluate his ability to be drafted against one more year to grow at Boise State.

Hutchison averaged 17 points per game and nearly 8 rebounds a contest as a junior with the Broncos and by working out with NBA eyes watching he can better gauge what the league is looking for and if indeed he has it.

Hutchison will have to make up his mind two weeks from tomorrow.