NEW YORK - MARCH 30: Terrico White #24 of Ole Miss shoots against the Dayton Flyers during their semi final at Madison Square Garden on March 30, 2010 in New York, New York. (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)
The NBA Draft stands just four days away and the Orlando Magic's small, private workout with five prospects looms tomorrow. Now's as good a time as any to take a look around the internet to see what the major draft sites are saying about whom Orlando might target with the 29th overall selection. Although the Magic also have the 59th pick, I thought it'd be more prudent to focus solely on the first-rounder for now.
|Jordan Crawford||6'05"||21||SG||Xavier||Terry Teagle;
|Chris Douglas-Roberts||ESPN Insider|
|Armon Johnson||6'03"||21||PG||Nevada||Antonio Daniels||ESPN Insider|
|Quincy Pondexter||6'06"||22||SF||Washington||Bobby Simmons||The Baseline|
|The Hoops Report|
Luc Richard Mbah a Moute
Washington small forward Quincy Pondexter, whose selection I endorsed this weekend, remains the most common pick. Curiously, Mississippi combo guard Terrico White is just as popular, despite not garnering any mentions the first time we did this exercise. New Mexico small forward Darington Hobson is the only other player to be named twice.
Of the five players scheduled to work out for the Magic tomorrow, Jordan Crawford, Hobson, and Pondexter are the only ones to appear in this survey. None of the mock drafts I surveyed had the Magic picking Devin Ebanks or Greivis Vasquez.
Vote below on which of the players this survey mentioned you think would make the best fit for Orlando, but do it quickly: it closes Tuesday night at midnight, because we might just have time for another quick look on Wednesday.
Which of the players mentioned in the mock drafts surveyed here is the best fit for the Orlando Magic?
James Anderson (13 votes)
Eric Bledsoe (25 votes)
Jordan Crawford (22 votes)
Darington Hobson (21 votes)
Armon Johnson (3 votes)
Dominique Jones (21 votes)
Gani Lawal (7 votes)
Quincy Pondexter (76 votes)
Stanley Robinson (7 votes)
Terrico White (18 votes)
213 total votes