Rhoden might be offered a two-way contract, where he would split time between the big club and its G League affiliate, a league source told Zagoria.
Rhoden had 15 workouts with 14 teams prior to the draft, including a pair with the Kings. He averaged 15.5 PPG and 6.7 RPG last season and earned All-Big East First Team honors.
Rhoden impressed at the G League Elite Camp, which earned him an invitation to the draft combine.
The Kings have already committed a two-way slot to Alabama guard Keon Ellis, so Rhoden presumably is in play for the remaining spot. Center Neemias Queta occupied one of those spots at the end of last season.