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Michigan's Trey Burke would provide the Magic with their future point guard.
While this draft seemingly doesn't have a bona fide superstar, there are a few players who could make a big impact for the team in the near future.
As mentioned in the previous slide, NBADraft.net has Orlando taking Noel with that No. 2 pick. Meanwhile, Draft Express has them taking Kansas shooting guard Ben McLemore.
It would seem that the Magic are more in need of a backcourt player, which makes taking McLemore a more likely scenario should the Cleveland Cavaliers pass on him.
One option that hasn't been discussed much is the notion of them using the second overall pick on University of Michigan point guard Trey Burke.
Based upon the mock drafts provided by NBADraft.net and Draft Express, No. 2 would be a high spot to take Burke. However, he fits their needs, and there's always the potential to trade down.
With Nelson getting older, they'll eventually need a new point guard, and Burke might fit the mold perfectly.
Burke had a tremendous season for the Wolverines, averaging 18.6 points, 3.2 rebounds and 6.7 assists per game en route to leading his team to the national championship game.
Listed at 6'0", 190 pounds, the biggest knock on Burke is his size.
But that hasn't hurt small players in the past, and simply dismissing him for that reason would be a big mistake.
Hennigan should strongly consider taking Burke in an otherwise weak draft.