Found April 02, 2013 on StraitPinkie.com:
Kentucky head coach John Calipari met with Andrew Wiggins just last week, but still nothing much has been said about his college decision. He was wooed by Florida State coeds, how awesome to be a highly touted hoops star, a few months ago and his decision appears to be down to Kansas, North Carolina, the Wildcats, and the Seminoles. But, Nick Wiggins, Andrew’s brother and member of the Final Four-bound Wichita State Shockers, has thrown a wrench into the fray, claiming that his little brother is going to “Shock the World” when he reveals where he will attend college. Is it possible that Andrew is thinking about joining his brother, who is currently a junior, to play for Gregg Marshall at Wichita State? Passing up the royalty of college hoops to play for the Shockers of the Missouri Valley Conference, would definitely succeed in “shock”ing the world. Wiggins attended Huntington Prep in West Virginia and averaged 23 points and 11 rebounds, to go along with nearly three blocks and three assists. He is the No. 1 recruit in the nation and was named Naismith and Gatorade Player of the Year.
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