Whether it’s Florida State, Kansas, Kentucky, or North Carolina; the drama that has followed the most anticipated college basketball recruit will finally becoming to an end.
Tar Heel Illustrated is reporting that Andrew Wiggins will indeed be putting an end to all of the speculation and signing his National Letter of Intent.
According to his high school basketball coach, Wiggins will sign his letter of intent Tuesday at or around 12:15 P.M. in a private ceremony. There will be no press conference and his mother will be in attendance. Wiggins has awaited the arrival of his mother as he requested her presence during the signing.
“He does not want to have a press conference,” Fulford said in a text message to Adam Zagoria. “He wants it private to just have his classmates. Appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding. He wanted his mother [Marita Payne-Wiggins] to be here when he signed. I have no clue where he’s going or leaning.”
Despite the many reports from “insiders,” no one truly knows what Wiggins is thinking and where he is leaning. Officially, we will all know early on Tuesday afternoon. One school and their fans will be rejoicing while three others will feel betrayed after the long wait for him to commit else where.
Where ever Wiggins goes, best of a luck to one of the most talented basketball players to ever hit the courts in modern history. The school of his choosing has a true gem in him and will feel the success he brings to their team.