Anthony Bennett arrived in Charlotte early Saturday morning to meet with Bobcats front office executives, unable to do much to answer the biggest question surrounding his game: Is he a tweener or a versatile power forward?

He's heard the whispers, but the torn labrum in his non-shooting shoulder limited any potential for him to alleviate those concerns in workouts.

"I don't really pay attention to all that. Some people say I'm a tweener. I'm not tall enough for a power forward, not fast enough for a (small forward)," the UNLV product said. "But I just feel like if I go out there and play hard, it'll eliminate all that," Bennett said.

He feels like he could have eliminated some of those concerns if he'd been able to work out. In his opinion, he's not a tweener, he's versatile -- the classic stretch four that opposing power forwards can't cover. In college, he was too good of a shooter to slack off of, too strong and long to put a wing on, and too quick and skilled off the bounce for players his size to stay in front of.

"I'm versatile. I can play inside and out," he said. "My jump shot, once I get that consistent, I feel like that's going to be a huge advantage for me playing the stretch four. I can shoot, pick and roll, pick and pop, it doesn't even matter, but I feel like I'll be a great fit wherever I go."

He looks like an ideal fit in Charlotte where a scoring power forward is the biggest roster need. It's pretty clear he expects to go in the top five in next week's NBA draft. He only went and interviewed with teams who own picks in the top-five with Charlotte being his last trip on the tour.