Andrew Wiggins Must Weigh Pros and Cons of Each Remaining Program on His List

From Bleacher Report - College Basketball
April 25, 2013 - 9:00pm
Andrew Wiggins has narrowed his options down to four schools, and each one would provide something different for the talented basketball prospect.According to 247Sports, the small forward is the No. 1 player in the country and will soon choose between North Carolina, Florida State, Kansas and Kentucky.Of course, many believe that he is ready to pick the Wildcats after canceling his visits to the other schools, according to CBS' Jeff Goodman:However, Jeff Borzello of CBS reported that he was just tired from his latest All-Star showcase. Assuming that each school is still in play, Wiggins has to look at all of the pros and cons of all four schools. KentuckyProsKentucky will definitely have the best team on paper heading into next season, with or without Wiggins. If the top prospect decides to play for coach John Calipari, there will be a scary amount of talent.Julius Randle, the Harrison twins and others will come in as part of an amazing recruiting class, and these players will join an already-talented roster that includes Willie Cauley-Stein and Alex Poythress.These players could form a squad that could not only win a national championship, but become one of the best college basketball teams of all time. ConsThere is a lot of talent on this roster, but that will create as many problems as it solves.Not only will all of these players compete for playing time, they will also be battling for touches and shots during the games. This could hinder his devel...

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