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Andrew Wiggins (and Jabari Parker) grace the cover of the latest SLAM.
Chris Nee of 247Sports.com. You can follow me on twitter @CNee247.
I am so nervous/excited/terrified for his announcement.
When will this be?
I'm not a huge Basketball fan but on the day of his announcement I will have my mouse over the buy button for season tickets. Even with my poverty student budget.
Here is a recent article where media members from different sites made predictions on Wiggins.
Jerry Meyer, 24/7 Sports
Andrew Wiggins (Florida State): "Wiggins just visited Kentucky, and Kansas and North Carolina visits are upcoming, but I think Florida State holds on in the end. I don't think he craves the Kentucky spotlight, family ties are strong at Florida State and one of his best friends, Xavier Rathan-Mayes, is headed there."
Brian Snow, Scout.com
Wiggins (Florida State): "Honestly this is as much a guess as anything, but until I hear otherwise I am guessing the Seminoles. Obviously he took a visit to UK with his parents and that is big with trips to Kansas and North Carolina coming up, though those two don't have any real shot in my opinion. At this point, it seems to be basically Florida State and Kentucky at the top, and I give the slightest edge to the Seminoles."
Jason Hickman, MaxPreps.com
Wiggins (Florida State): "He went off the board a bit with his high school pick in Huntington Prep when he could have gone to more established programs, and I think he will do the same in a sense with his college choice. Family ties to Tallahassee are definitely a factor here, and he has a brother playing four hours away in Lakeland."
Jeff Borzello, CBS Sports
Wiggins (Florida State): "Along with Kentucky, Florida State has been one of the leaders throughout Wiggins' recruitment. Both of his parents went there, and the Seminoles have been on him longer than nearly everyone. In the end, I'm not sure he enjoys the spotlight he would get in Lexington, and he has a chance to carry Florida State on his back. Moreover, his parents could play a factor in his decision."
Adam Zagoria, Zagsblog.com and SNY.tv
Wiggins (Florida State): "Although Kentucky will get serious consideration (and possibly North Carolina, too), look for Wiggins' family and other connections to win out in the end. Both of his parents played there, and his close friend and teammate, Xavier Rathan-Mayes, will be a Seminole. Wherever Wiggins goes, it will only be a one-year pit stop before he's taken No. 1 overall in the 2014 NBA Draft."
Ben Roberts, Lexington Herald-Leader
Wiggins (Kentucky): It's impossible to know what Wiggins is thinking, but here's a guess that he'll do the unthinkable and join UK's already-loaded class (and Randle) in Lexington. The narrative that his parents are insisting on FSU is somewhat overblown, as is the one about his supposed aversion to the spotlight. No outcome — UK, FSU, UNC or KU — would be a surprise here, but the Cats were the favorite at the beginning and not much has changed since then.
The high school basketball season is drawing to a close, and three of the best seniors in the country still havent made a college decision.
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Haha it is hilarious that the only one predicted Kentucky is a Kentucky beat writer
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