Thanks for taking out the time to critique that bLiNdSiDe!
Not a problem, brother.
There are a few keys to good misdirection, learn them well.
One is that people are unable to concentrate on two things at once. So, when I suggested raising the wand and looking at it...as it raises into the air...well, that serves two purposes. It keeps people from seeing you ditch the TT and it focuses attention onto your larger motion.
People will look where you look and they will follow whatever is in motion. In your routine, that would be the jumbo wand. Combining your body language into the equation, will also add to the misdirection. Leaning towards where you are raising the wand will help you get people's attention away from the TT ditch.
Another important piece to the puzzle of misdirection is asking a question. If you ask a question, people will naturally look at your face. Trust me, I know. This is where eye contact comes into play. Don't be afraid to look right at them, while asking a question.
Now, you do not have to use all of the techniques to misdirect. Use what is comfortable for you. Misdirection is the hardest thing in Magic to learn. Once your are adept at using it, you will have much better confidence and more entertaining shows.