Andrew Wiggins Officially Re-Classifies To The 2013-2014 Class
The best player not in the NBA is now one year closer to getting there as Andrew Wiggins has officially re-classified. This was not a well kept secret or a shock in any way, but nonetheless news worthy due to the caliber of player he has the potential to be. Wiggins plays for Huntington Prep in West Virginia via Ontario Canada where he is from.
There is little doubt the talent level that Wiggins has especially if you have seen him in person. As a true sophomore he played for Roy Rana and the International Team at the Nike Hoops Summit in April, 2012. At that particular event Wiggins had his way with whoever decided to defend him whether it was potential No. 1 Overall pick for the 2013 Draft Shabazz Muhammad or dynamic Kentucky Wildcats commit Archie Goodwin.
With his build at 6-7 and 205 lbs. Wiggins is built to play on the NBA wing physically today. He has the scoring mentality to get points in a variety of with or without the ball.
Over the next two years he is going to need to work even more on his ball-handling as it has been loose throughout his career and one of the more obvious weaknesses. His college list was shortened due to the Kentucky Wildcats building another army of Top Recruits in Andrew and Aaron Harrison as well as James Young already for 2013.
Now he is considering Florida State, North Carolina, Ohio State, Kansas, Syracuse, and West Virginia with the Seminoles as the front runner with the family ties to the school after Wiggins father played there. The wide open attack of the Tar Heels would really bring out the best in Wiggins game, but no matter the choice a top program will get a top player.