Is Wiggins a superstar talent?
Freshman should be lock for top-3 pick, but numbers don't equal upside
| ESPN Insider
During a news conference on Monday afternoon, Kansas freshman Andrew Wiggins announced his intention to enter the 2014 NBA draft. Wiggins isn't a lock for the No. 1 pick overall, but it's very likely he'll go in the top 3. To help readers get to know top NBA draft prospects, Insider offers a 360-degree look at many of them in a scouting report featuring three expert perspectives: Kevin Pelton (analytics), Amin Elhassan (scouting) and Chad Ford (NBA front offices).
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