For Trey Burke, the wait is officially on. The NBA draft combine has ended, the lottery ping pong balls have been sorted and there's more than a month between today and the 2013 draft (June 27). And now, he'll wait to see where the next chapter of his life will begin. The former Michigan point guard has yet to formally work out for any NBA teams yet, and as of now, he says he's only got one formal individual session scheduled -- with the Orlando Magic, who hold the No. 2 pick in the draft. Asked if he'll go through any type of workout in front of the Detroit Pistons -- who hold the No. 8 pick -- Burke said he's not sure. "I don't know yet, we haven't set anything up (with Detroit)," Burke said. "I may do three or four (workouts with teams), two or three, I don't know (yet). "Everything's not (totally) scheduled yet still." Burke spent Thursday night at SportCard Central in Farmington Hills, going through one of two organized pre-draft autograph signings. He'll also sign autographs for fans in Columbus, Ohio -- his hometown -- on Saturday. Burke signed autographs -- and took pictures -- for hundreds of fans, who were lined up out the door for the entire two-hour session On hand alongside him was his father, and agent, Benji Burke, his cousin (and other agent) Alonzo Shavers and his new marketing manager, Brandon Swibel. He's continuing to go through the early stages of developing his individual brand, but remains more focused on the the bigger task at hand. Basketball, of course. “Whatever workout you have, (you have to) go into there in condition, in shape and go in there and compete with other guards and other guys from your position," he said. "If (the workout is solo), show them what you can do best. "At the end of the day, this period is a period where you don’t have things to really do, you just have to get better”