Handicapping the race for Wiggins
May, 13, 2013
By Dave Telep | ESPN.com
The long wait is finally almost over. Andrew Wiggins (Thornhill, Ontario/Huntington Prep), the No. 1 recruit in the Class of 2013, will announce his college decision at approximately 12:15 p.m. ET Tuesday.
Wiggins is down to Florida State, Kansas, North Carolina and Kentucky. During the long course of his recruitment, each team has at various times seemed like the front-runner and the dark horse. Not only has his decision come down to the wire, it also appears to be a photo finish.
To try to make some sense of it all on the eve of his decision, we’re here to handicap the race, complete with why Wiggins would and wouldn’t pick each school and our unofficial final odds on each program’s chances of landing him.
Florida State Seminoles
Courtesy of McDonald'sOn the eve of his decision, the race for No. 1 recruit Andrew Wiggins still appears wide open.
Odds of landing Wiggins: 35 percent
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2013 ACC STANDINGS
|#1 Florida State||8-0||13-0|
|North Carolina State||0-8||3-9|