It was reported initially that Andrew Wiggins might arrive in Lawrence by midweek, but it appears that it will happen later this week.
More news from #KUbball camp: Andrew Wiggins will not be here today (as was expected) but he is still working to arrive on campus this week.
— Matt Tait (@mctait) June 12, 2013
Wiggins won the Gatorade national high school boys basketball player of the year award, and he is in the running for athlete of the year later in the summer. I will probably get a chance to speak to him, so if any of my readers have questions feel free to hit me up.
— Holly MacKenzie (@stackmack) June 11, 2013
Wiggins is facing great expectations next year, more so statistically by me as opposed to on a team basic. Some have predicted the Kansas Jayhawks will be national contenders next year, but not me. I have predicted that Wiggins will average a double-double near the level of Kevin Durant’s freshman year, but I do not expect the Jayhawks to advance past the elite eight. Who knows though?
Bill Self is a great coach and if he can get the best out of Andrew Wiggins, then the Jayhawks might seem like more dangerous trouble than they do right now.