Former Tennessee star Admiral Schofield only has to wait until Thursday night to figure out where he’ll be going to start his NBA career.

The talented wing player is projected to go late in the first round or early in the second round during Thursday’s NBA Draft in Brooklyn.

On Tuesday, he joined “The Paul Finebaum Show” and discussed how many people don’t know much about the draft process, including how grueling the travel schedule is:

“This process is also really grueling, because of all the travel,” he said. “It takes its toll, getting on flights, flying from one NBA city to the next NBA city. You can have a workout in Boston and then have to go out to L.A. Or you could be in Phoenix, Arizona, and then have to go work out with the (Toronto) Raptors. You never know what you’re going to get. At the end of the day, you have to put your best foot forward.”

Schofield has had a number of workouts over the past few months, so teams that are interested in him have done their research. Now, we’ll just wait to see which team picks him on Thursday night.