Jalen Rose Addresses Andrew Wiggins’ Reclassifying As A Business Decision
Jalen Rose recently did an excellent podcast that addresses young student-athletes reclassifying in middle school in order to have an intellectual and physical advantage at the high school level. Some players who have taken advantage of this recently are Nerlens Noel and Andrew Wiggins. If you will notice those are two players who operate with a high degree of confidence and reclassifying may have had something to do with that.
Jalen Rose talks about Andrew Wiggins, Wayne Selden Jr Karl Towns, Isaiah Briscoe, & such reclassifying https://t.co/iqH8zq7SyC
— The Basketball Diary (@TheBBallDiary) July 12, 2013
Wiggins will be cashing in a big paycheck next summer after what should be a phenomenal freshman year.
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) July 12, 2013
Wiggins will have even more of a media eye on him next year, and you can bet that we will give you coverage here at Rant Sports. Wiggins is up for Gatorade’s High school athlete of the year and I will be in attendace at the ceremony on July 16th so keep an eye on my twitter for an instant update on who wins.
— NBA Watch (@NBA_Watch) July 12, 2013
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