Andrew Wiggins the top prospect in the 2013 class has once again came out and insisted that despite the chatter, Kentucky and Florida State are not in the lead for his services.
“Uh, peoples’ opinion,” he said. “People just want to get their two cents in, but I don’t really pay a lot of attention to it. I havent discussed anything with my parents about who I am really, really interested in.” Zags Blog
Wiggins also stated that he will visit Chapel Hill sometime in the spring, the prospect has a visit next week with FSU.
“UNC is so much like Kentucky,” Wiggins said. “They are saying they want me, they are interested in me. That’s such a big-time school. Legends played there like [Michael] Jordan.” Zags Blog
Wiggins pointed to the weather as to why he will wait on the UNC visit.
“In the spring when it gets a little bit warmer,” he said. Zags Blog
Wiggins will be a perfect fit anywhere he chooses to go and will likely be a national player of the year candidate his freshman season. I view him as the top prep player since LeBron James and the type of player who could have a Carmelo Anthony/Kevin Durant type of impact in what likely will be his only year in college.
Roy Williams has been to Huntington to watch Wiggins workout and according to his coach has had an offer from UNC for over a year. Although many point to the recruiting success of Kentucky coach Jon Calipari as a reason he will go to UK along with the potential of him making their 2013 class the best of all time, I don’t see it happening. With the commitments of the Harrison twins and James Young, Kentucky is already stacked on the perimeter and I see Wiggins going somewhere he feels he is more needed.
Anyone watching UNC this year knows that the Tar Heels need someone who can create their own offense and do it all on the perimeter. FSU will be a strong contender to the end due to his parents connection with the University and the fact that he would have a chance to be the best player in that programs history.
Wiggins head coach stated that Andrew will take at least four visits to different programs including Kentucky, Kansas, Florida State and North Carolina.