So March Madness has come to an end. Hours upon hours of basketball have been watched, brackets have been busted and history has been made. Louisville and Michigan played a terrific championship game with the Cardinals emerging victorious.
In the eyes of NBA executives, however, yesterday marked the final opportunity for players and prospects to make an impression during a high-pressure, live-game situation.
For the Orlando Magic and general manager Rob Hennigan, it was another opportunity to scout Michigan Wolverines All-American point guard Trey Burke to see if he could continue his meteoric rise and catapult himself to the top of Orlando's draft board.
Although the Magic are projected to finish with the second-worst record, according to John Hollinger's Playoff Odds (via ESPN.com), meaning they are almost assured a top-five selection, we'll look at six of the prospects that Orlando shall be scouting heavily and targeting in the upcoming draft.
The order shall be descending from six to one, with the player ranked first on the draft board being the Magic's top overall prospect.