Kansas Jayhawks Commit Andrew Wiggins May Arrive In Lawrence Next Week
Greetings my Ranters. I recently saw the tweet below, and cannot validate its authenticity but apparently Andrew Wiggins will be arriving in Lawrence sometime this week. This should come as incredible news to Jayhawk nation and something we have all been looking forward to.
Andrew Wiggins will arrive in Lawrence on Monday or Tuesday. Don’t have an exact time but it should be early next week. #KUBBALL Shay
— JayhawkSlant (@JayhawkSlant) June 9, 2013
Wiggins will be in for a big season with the Kansas Jayhawk and head coach Bill Self recently said that Wiggins could be the best Jayhawk ever. We will see about that, but I will definitely watch Wiggins’ career with great interest.
Andrew Wiggins prepares for freshman season at Kansas this summer. Will not be playing w/ Canada. Who will fill in?? northpolehoops.com/2013/06/09/and…
— NPH (@NorthPoleHoops) June 9, 2013
I have written here before that Wiggins will be the Big 12 player of the year and that is a tall order, but it has been said that Wiggins is the best prospect to go to college since Kevin Durant which is high praise indeed. We’ll just have to see what Wiggins comes out with next season, but something tells me that we are in for something special so watch out folks.
We will definitely keep you posted here at Rant Sports Prep when Wiggins officially arrives, but until then you stay classy San Diego.
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