Andrew Wiggins Video: Watch Star Impress at McDonald's All-American Dunk Contest
Andrew Wiggins, the top prospect in the class of 2013, has just given fans of North Carolina, Kansas, Kentucky and Florida State more of a reason to anxiously await his much anticipated decision.
This 6’8” superstar wowed the crowd and made the highlight reel on his second attempt in the 2013 McDonald’s All-American Dunk Contest, flushing a flawlessly executed 360-degree, between-the-legs jam that received a perfect score from the judges.
Anthony Adams, former NFL star and evaluator for this event, decided that a 10 wasn’t enough to dole out and held up every number he had at his disposal to indicate his excitement over this amazing dunk.
Wiggins was in Chicago Monday night participating against the likes of Jabari Parker (No. 3 overall prospect according to 247 Sports), Aaron Gordon (No. 6) and eventual winner Chris Walker (No. 10 overall).
This exhibition afforded some of the best prospects an opportunity to display their impressive aerial skills and creativity two days ahead of one of the most highly anticipated McDonald’s All-American games in recent history.
Wiggins further proved his high-flying ability, just another aspect of the game he excels at.
He was recently named the Gatorade National Boys Player of the Year for leading Huntington Prep in West Virginia to a 30-3 record and averaging 23.4 points, 11.2 rebounds, 2.6 blocks and 2.5 assists per game.
The Canadian native is thought by many to be a future NBA star and would be a surefire top lottery pick in the 2014 draft. However, he’s first going to take the collegiate game by storm and will instantly improve any of the four teams he plans to sign with by a large margin.
Wiggins isn’t rushing his decision, but he’s certainly making the wait more agonizing with incredible displays of talent in the dunk contest.
Tune in Wednesday night at 9:30 p.m. ET to catch Wiggins star for the East in the upcoming McDonald’s All-American game.
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