Andrew Wiggins predictions
RecruitingNation hoops experts on which college the No. 1 recruit will pick
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Editor's note: With Andrew Wiggins' decision on tap for Tuesday, we update our staff predictions on the eve of his decision.
No. 1 recruit Andrew Wiggins (Thornhill, Ontario/Huntington Prep) will finally reveal his college decision Tuesday afternoon, ending a long and much-dissected recruitment for the most coveted player in the country.
Wiggins, who is down to Florida State, Kansas, Kentucky and North Carolina, has been as hard to read as anyone else in the 2013 class. Florida State offers a family connection, with both of his parents having attended FSU. Kentucky offers a track record of one-and-done success and a chance to win immediately with a loaded recruiting class. Kansas and North Carolina, meanwhile, offer similar situations: national-caliber programs with long traditions of success and strong incoming recruiting classes that lack only the kind of superstar Wiggins projects to be.
By all accounts, the race is still wide-open. So on the eve of his decision, we've enlisted our RecruitingNation basketball experts for one final round of predictions on which lucky basketball program will land Wiggins on Tuesday.
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