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Orlando Pinstriped Post Community Draft Board 2014: Andrew Wiggins takes second place

Andrew Wiggins won the second spot on the board in overwhelming fashion. Now we move on.

Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

Former Kansas product Andrew Wiggins won the second spot on our community board in a landslide, taking 59 percent of the vote, after challenging his teammate Joel Embiid for the top spot in the first round.

Wiggins was stellar in his only season at Kansas. The 6'8 wing averaged 17.1 points, 5.9 rebounds, 1.2 steals and a block per game while registering a 56.3 percent True Shooting mark. He's a super athletic swingman who can get to the basket and defend multiple positions.

Finishing third was Jabari Parker, who took 24 percent of the vote. Behind him was Dante Exum, who netted 13 percent of the vote to his name. I have a feeling we will have a neck-and-neck battle between those two for the third spot. Parker is a high-volume scoring forward and Exum is a 6'6 combo guard that would fit nicely alongside young Magic guard Victor Oladipo.

Oklahoma State guard Marcus Smart, Kentucky forward Julius Randle and Creighton forward Doug McDermott finished out the remaining three percent of the vote.

You have until Thursday at Noon ET to put your vote in. Huzzah!

1. Joel Embiid

2. Andrew Wiggins