Andrew Wiggins is the best player in the 2013 class, as well as the best uncommitted player in the class. That is why the North Carolina Tar Heels want him. Wiggins also apparently does not like talking about his upcoming decision.
“He doesn’t like talking about it,” Huntington Prep (W.Va.) Head coach Rob Fulford said. “The recruiting is weighing on him a little bit.”
Oak Hill point guard and North Carolina commit, Nate Britt, apparently used the Hoophall classic as an opportunity to try and persuade Wiggins to join him as a Tar Heel.
Britt has acknowledged that he tries to recruit Wiggins whenever he sees him in person, but tries not to bug him on the phone.
We’ll see how Britt’s recruitment efforts get Wiggins to consider, but the Tar Heels have already put together a solid class with or without Wiggins.
Britt is part of a 2013 UNC class that includes Kennedy Meeks (West Charlotte High School/Charlotte, N.C.) and power forward Isaiah Hicks (Webb High School/Oxford, N.C.). Britt really likes Meeks’ game and now he wants Wiggins to get in on the act too; we will see if his efforts pay off or not.
I’m sure Roy Williams is not complaining about Britt’s efforts, and may even be behind the scenes egging it on. Wiggins would look good in blue, that is for sure; I just hope it isn’t in Kentucky blue, because they just can’t get ALL the good players. Right? Right????