Draft Notes: Exum, Wiggins, Selden

The 2014 draft class is expected to be one of the strongest in modern basketball history and Dante Exum is a virtual lock to join in.  The Australian guard, who is projected to be a top five pick, has been meeting with agents for the past few weeks.  Here’s tonight’s draft news..

  • Exum finished his meetings with eight marquee agencies, leaving the representatives confident that he’ll enter this year’s draft rather than attending college, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports.  That echoes what we heard about the Australian point guard last week.
  • Not everyone is head over heels about Kansas’ Andrew Wiggins, who was thought to be the top talent in this class pretty recently.  “There’s zero chance of any team taking anybody before Jabari Parker,” an Eastern Conference official told Mark Heisler of Forbes.com. “And there’s zero chance of any team taking Wiggins before [Kansas center] Joel Embiid.”
  • Fellow Kansas standout Wayne Selden is doing well, but scouts say he should stay in school, writes Adam Zagoria of Zagsblog.
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