Meeks doesn't have any workouts planned for professional scouts or teams, but has been consulting with first-year coach John Calipari.
As part of the process, Meeks plans to stay in shape and not "put too much pressure" on himself.
"It's a learning situation for me," he said. "I'm just going in to get some experience and stick around or what not. If I need to come back to school, I'll come back to school and have fun my senior year."
Meeks said Calipari encouraged him to enter the draft "just to get the experience."
"I just need to see what I need to work on," he said. "I'm just focused on working hard and staying in shape. I don't know what I'm going to do. If I just keep working hard, good things will happen."
If he does return, Meeks said he is looking forward to playing in Calipari's system. The junior guard added that a year under Calipari would be beneficial.
"His offense fits me well, not only for me, but for this team," he said. "I think his offense can fit our style of play. I think it will definitely help me out."
Meeks even paid attention to Calipari's teams while he was coach at Memphis.
"They like to get up and down the court," he said. "Everybody likes to see that. Not only the fans (enjoy it), but the players do to. It gives us a lot of freedom and a lot of room to work with on the court."
'He's an unbelievable leader'
Calipari also has been impressed with Meeks.
"He's is one of the great people I've been around," he said. "Not only that, but he's a great leader. He's an unbelievable leader. With his ability to shoot and make free throws (and) when you add his ability to beat people on the bounce and feel loose and play that way - he could be a lottery pick."
As for the two varying styles, Meeks said he "would rather not" compare the differences between Calipari and former coach Billy Gillispie.
"Coach Cal is my coach now and I like him a lot," he said.
Meeks said Calipari's arrival has generated excitement within the program.
"It's a fun atmosphere,? Meeks said. "Everybody is really excited to get the year started. We know it's early, but everybody is excited."
In addition, Meeks has been impressed with Calipari's demeanor on and off the court.
"Everybody on the team likes him and he's a great guy on and off the court," Meeks said. "You can talk to him off the court and joke with him. Everybody is looking forward to getting started."
Before the team's final team workout, the Wildcats received blue and white T-shirts, with "Witness" printed on the front and a reminder of Meeks' school-record 54-point outing against Tennessee last season.
Meeks isn't one to bask in the spotlight, but liked the shirts, which were printed following his feat against the Volunteers.
"Everybody is wearing them," he said. "I'm going to wear it too. That game was important to me, not only because we won, but also it was a meaningful night."